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Best Golf Gifts: Ideas for golfers who have everything

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November 30, 2021

There’s always that one golfer on your holiday shopping list who seems impossible to buy for. Maybe their taste is tough to predict—or they just seem to have everything already. Don’t distress, we’ve identified the best gifts for that exact type of golfer. For that golfer who seems to have everything, check our list before defaulting to an impersonal gift card to your local golf outlet store (though we won’t lie: that’s always a good gift, too).
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The great thing about having a golfer in your life is that they can be easy to get gifts for. Unfortunately, non-golfers sometimes whiff by giving a golf-themed tie or a similar golf-related gift that has the recipient half-heartedly saying: “Oh, that’s nice.” Perhaps worse is giving golf balls that don’t stack up to a player’s needs. Here’s a helpful tip: You can’t go wrong giving the golf ball played by the most touring professionals and everyday golfers alike—the Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x. Not only do they offer tour-quality performance on the course, they make for a tour-quality gift, too.

$50/dozen

This portable Bluetooth speaker splits into two pieces, so you can have one in each cart to coordinate tunes during your next round. It has a powerful subwoofer, a seven-hour battery life and a water-resistant rating of IPX7, which allows it to be submerged in a few feet in water and still survive.

$87 (was $250)

A durable travel bag is great for those traveling for golf now, or whenever they hit the road again. It comes in five color options, but this yellow one would be the easiest to spot at the airport luggage carousel.

Getting socks for the holidays is one of those traditions we love and hate. It’s usually not an exciting gift to unwrap, but everyone could use a new pair of socks. Infuse a little more excitement into the annual sock-gift with this quality pair from lululemon. Available for both men and women, and in a variety of heights, these socks are breathable, have a ton of cushioning and are built to last.

North Carolina neighbors, Stitch and Byrdie Golf, teamed up on a collection of fun and stylish headcovers just in time for the holidays. The fairway wood headcover features the cheeky phrase “Under Par & Over Dressed” in colorful embroidery that will look great on any bag.

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If he’s the type of golfer that has everything, give him a subtle-yet-unique patterned golf shirt to mix into the wardrobe rota. This moisture-wicking polo from Peter Millar looks like a simple navy top from afar, but is actually covered in a monochromatic camo-like pattern that enhances the staple, adding a ton of style.

Great for golfers who workout at home or are TRX-obsessed, this handy attachment fits to most exercise bands for an easier grip and more precision. The handle alone is currently on sale for $21 (regularly $30), or purchase it in a set with four resistance bands for $35 (regularly $50).

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A mix of classic and modern, this spikeless golf shoe from Italian shoemaker Duca Del Cosma is fully waterproof, has a comfortable cushioned insole and an innovative traction pattern that adds a ton of grip on the golf course, but will perform well off the course as well.

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This tech-y vest has a built-in heater with five temperature settings to keep you warm in any weather. Four heating elements generate heat across the neck, chest and back, and the fabric is engineered to transfer that heat across the body evenly. Available in men’s and women’s styles along with full jacket options.


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$99 (was $169)

This cotton-twill cap has a stylish six-panel construction, a unique golf-inspired graphic and comes in three colors. It’s a fun and affordable gift that’ll spice up their hat game through next season.

The 37.5 technology from Abacus was developed to keep the body at the optimal temperature and control relative humidity next to your skin, which is what makes you feel hot or cold. This sweater from the 37.5 collection is a comfortable and on-trend layer that will perform well all year long.

$99 (was $165)

Newcomer to the golf scene, Radmor has been making waves in the golf style scene with stylish apparel and accessories with a sustainable mission. The brand aims to reduce its footprint by using less polyester and incorporating more materials like Pima cotton and bamboo that are regenerative for the environment. In addition to this mission, the brand’s logo makes a pretty cool ball marker that’s a sure conversation-starter.

$10

A fun at-home bar addition, this whiskey gift set is great for those who love a good barrel-aged Manhattan. The pure malt whiskey is ultra-complex with notes of baking spices, honey and roasted almonds blended together for a smooth, long finish that’s so tasty, it might not last long enough to be aged in the barrel.

Lunya is known for its trendy silk pajamas that are washable, stylish and ultra-comfortable. The women’s loungewear brand also has a fabric they call “Restore Pima” that is infused with minerals to help muscles recover faster. It’s a cozy base layer with pockets and a flattering high-rise cut.

$108

Sister-brand to Lunya, Lahgo has a men’s version of the restorative fabrics in a comfortable-yet-stylish jogger. In addition to supporting the body’s natural recovery process, these joggers have a thick waistband that won’t squeeze and roomy pockets for secure storage.

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$138

Encourage them to match their belt to their pant color with this out-of-the-box navy belt. Made with a full-grain pebble leather, it’s a sophisticated accessory finished with attitude in the monochromatic metal skull buckle design.

$65

Upgrade their grilling setup with these planks made from real barrel wood that’s been used to age Knob Creek’s whiskey. It’ll add a smokey, bourbon flavor to meat, fish or vegetables and is an affordable gift they’ll be excited to try out.

This on-course golf game is great for golfers who like to put a little change down during the round. Collect chips for birdies, chip-ins, longest drive—and some of the less than ideal sand shots and bogey situations as well. At the end of the round, each chip corresponds to a dollar amount for players to pay up.

$40

With the Eastside Golf logo on the front and the message “Never stop inspiring, Always be authentic” on the back, this cotton sweatshirt makes for a stylish and thoughtful gift for any golfer. Founded in 2019, the brand aims to make golf more approachable for kids and non-golfers. The lifestyle brand makes apparel and accessories that golfers will love, but non-golfers can also enjoy.

A packable jacket is a useful gift for any golfer. This bold pullover jacket folds into a small pouch and can attach to a golf bag easily. It’s got a low-profile hood that won’t get in the way during the golf swing and is water-repellent to keep things dry.

$120

A fan favorite golf pant, Rhone’s Commuter pant is made with a four-way stretch knit fabric that adds comfort to the upscale dress pant. The pant is available in a variety of styles (regular, slim, jogger, etc.) and ten colors to choose from.

$128

This everyday duffle zips flat to allow you to fit a ton into it. It’s got two shoe compartments inside, a comfortable shoulder strap and is made with water- and stain-resistant materials. It’s also able to be personalized for an extra-luxe touch.

Even if it seems like they have everything, they probably don’t have a pair of these recovery shoes. The molded sneaker-like shoe has raised pressure points built into the footbed to activate blood flow, extra support for the arch and the perforations are designed to enhance airflow. It’s an ultra-unique-looking shoe, but their feet will be grateful for the recovery benefits post-round.


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Lined with fleece, this cozy cap will add a touch of needed color when the snow begins to fall. The pom cap is 12-inches in length to fit most heads comfortably, and the acrylic knit fabric is designed to hold up more than a few winters.

This carry-on suitcase is one of the most unique pieces of luggage out there. It looks like a regular roller bag with frictionless wheels, a durable polycarbonate shell and an aluminum frame, but it opens into six shelves on the inside to keep things organized. It’s also made with recycled plastics, with each suitcase preventing an estimated 229 plastic bottles from ending up in waterways.

$215 (was $255)

Keeping drinks cold for 24 hours or hot for 14, this modern bottle has just as much style as it does technology. The two-toned design is scratch-resistant and has a removable infuser that allows you to flavor water or tea mess-free.

Made with recycled nylon and a touch of spandex, this lightweight sweater is cozy and breathable—without sacrificing style. It can be dressed up or down with ease and comes in beige or black.

$83 (was $115)

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