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Best Golf Gifts: 23 great gift ideas under $75

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December 03, 2021

Finding a gift for the golfer in your life doesn’t have to be stressful—or break the bank. Flashy gifts might impress, but it’s the thoughtful gifts that show you care about them. We've collected our favorite gifts for golfers—all under $75—that are well worth the affordable price tag.
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This three-pack collection was co-created by Bob Dylan, and each bottle features a unique design inspired by his artwork. The set includes a smooth aged bourbon, a 100-proof double barrel whiskey blend and an ultra-approachable rye that’s got a crisp citrus and ginger flavoring.

Smaller than a rangefinder, this portable Bluetooth speaker is water-resistant, a carabiner clip that can easily clip to a golf bag and has a five-hour battery life. The docking station makes it easy to charge and use at home as well.


On sale from its regular $100 price, these low-profile golf shoes are made from recycled yarn for a stylish and lightweight knit upper. The traction pattern provides a sturdy tread, but the sneaker-like look will work with non-golf outfits, too.

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This affordable mid-layer from FootJoy will be a welcome addition to any golfer’s cold-weather gear. The poly-spandex top has double-stitched seams for durability and a raglan sleeve to allow for unrestricted movement during the golf swing. It’s also designed to be easy to care for with a shrink-resistant fabric that won’t wrinkle.

It doesn’t get more golf-themed than these golf ball rocks glasses from William Murray. Handcrafted in Wisconsin, these glasses have a weight to them that displays the quality of glass used. And the embedded golf ball is sure to be a hit at the home bar.

Coming in at just under $75 during the Renwick sale, this polo dress is comfortable, versatile and flattering. The green striped design would look great layered under a white golf jacket on the course or would pair effortlessly with a jean jacket post-round. This female-owned brand aims to bring women their own version of the men’s classic golf shirt and has a variety of styles included dresses, sleeveless and short-sleeve tops.

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$74.99 (was $125)

These unisex sunglasses are a great statement piece for male or female golfers. The half-rim detail is unique and flattering with a scratch-resistant coating to make them last.

This $50 down vest is a steal. Available in six color options, it’s an ultra-lightweight jacket that contains wide-quilted down panels to aid warmth and has a slight sheen to add style. The relaxed silhouette makes it easy to layer with and great for both male and female golfers. As a bonus, it's also water repellent.
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For those not on the wireless earbud train, these behind-the-ear headphones are a quality pick. Available in four colors, these Bluetooth headphones have 12 hours of playtime, come with four different ear tip size options to help find the perfect fit and have an auto-pause feature to stop the music when taken out of the ear.


From Macklemore’s most recent collection, this T-shirt is made from a heavyweight cotton that looks and feels upscale—with an affordable price tag. It’s one of the more classic designs from the brand known for its statement-making golf apparel.

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These small squares attach to anything you need help tracking—it's designed to keep tracking of things you might be prone to losing. This would be a great idea for anyone known for leaving rangefinders or keys in the golf cart after the round. An app allows you to pinpoint the location of the item, and if it's within 200 feet, you can even have the Tile square make a sound to help in the search process.

$60 (was $70)

The Skull Caddy is one of Devereux’s newer graphics, featuring a skeleton wearing a flashy tour visor. In an all-over print on this microfiber towel, the graphic is a bright and edgy add to any bag.

With two size options, this hat is great for those who can never seem to find the perfect bucket hat to fit. The adjustable chinstrap keeps it in place, and the nylon fabric is breathable, lightweight and has UPF 50+ sun protection.

These belts look like they have regular buckles but actually use a no-hole ratchet system for a secure and customizable fit. For an extra golf-y touch, the face of the buckle flips down to hold a ball marker, which can be monogrammed for an additional $5.

This bottle is on pre-order to ship in January, but it's worth the wait. It’s a full-sized water bottle with a coffee cup nested inside. Both have their own leak-proof lids and can even stack on top of each other, so you can have a hot and cold beverage on hand at all times.


A statement-making beanie is a great way to brighten up winter days and add personality to any outfit. This acrylic knit hat from Psycho Bunny is warm, durable and ultra-unique.

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This cross-body purse has a detachable strap to transform it into an easy-to-store clutch. It’s small enough to fit into most golf bag pocket with enough compartments to store everything you need during and post-round.

For those who prefer straw water bottles, this hidden straw top is easy to drink from and more sanitary than external straw sippers. It’s also got a retractable carry loop that’s great for taking it to the course.


Radmor is a sustainable newcomer to golf, and its stylish cap—made with ethically-sourced polyester made from plastics recycled from the ocean—is a thoughtful, eco-conscious gift. Featuring the brand’s BobRad logo in a repeating pattern, it’s a simple yet fashion-forward accessory that’s an easy way to enhance any outfit.


Upgrade your rotation of masks with this fun option from women’s activewear brand SheWarrior. And if she is into matching sets, there are coordinating leggings and tops to go along with this pattern.

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These colorful shoelaces are an easy way to upgrade any golf or dress shoe. They’re made from sustainable materials that are ultra-durable, and they are designed to never break and stay tied longer. It’s a small gift that sneaker-heads and style-focused golfers will appreciate.


Get the junior golfer in your life motivated with this t-shirt predicting a major win in their future. Available with blue or pink writing, it’s made with a cozy cotton blend that won’t shrink.

Lyle and Scott is a U.K. brand you’ll want to keep an eye on. Relaunching its golf line in the U.S. this fall after a few decades off, the brand is known for pushing the style boundaries when it comes to golf apparel while maintaining top quality and affordable prices. This women’s top isn’t technically a golf shirt, but the ribbed texture and collar top give it an on-trend and sophisticated finish that would look great on the course.

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