Gifts for golfersDecember 12, 2019

Best Golf Gifts 2019: The best stocking stuffers for golfers

With just a couple weeks to go to finish your holiday shopping, these are some great last-minute ideas for the golfer in your life

The holidays are rapidly approaching, so hopefully you've crossed most of the people off your shopping list. With the presents wrapped and waiting to be opened, don't forget to fill the stockings! These small gifts for golfers work great as stocking stuffers or for that gift-exchange party you always forget to pick something up for. All products featured on Golf Digest are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

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HYDY Water Bottle

These cool water bottles will keep drinks cold for up to 24 hours or hot for 12. The silicone layer is non-slip, prevents condensation and is interchangeable with a variety of color options for a customizable look.
Available at myhydy.com
BUY NOW: $35


JBL TUNE 500BT Wireless Headphones

Get high-quality, wireless sound on these surprisingly affordable headphones. It's a colorful, luxe-feeling gift they'll love that won't break the bank.
Available at jbl.com
BUY NOW: $40

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Stitch Leather Scorecard Holder

This simple leather scorecard ($44) is a durable, portable and stylish on-course accessory that will hopefully inspire lower scores come springtime.
Available at stitchgolf.com


Stance Jack Nicklaus Crew Socks

Every golfer should pay more mind to their sock game. It's an easy way to make or break an outfit—and a golf game. These Golden Bear-inspired crew socks are stylish, comfortable and performance-ready. Moisture-wicking material, breathable mesh zones, arch support and a ton of cushion are built into these socks to give some well-needed attention to your favorite golfer's feet.
Available at stance.com
BUY NOW: $18


Asher Golf Midnight Camo Glove

An affordable glove is a great item for that golfer on your list that you can never seem to find the right gift for. This Asher glove is made with quality materials that they'll appreciate, a striking design that'll enhance their on-course styling and a price tag that's wallet-friendly.
Available at ashergolf.com
BUY NOW: $24

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Meiomi Wine

Earlier this year, Meiomi Wines became the official wine sponsor of the PGA Tour and this bottle has been seen all over the tour. This mellow wine is a great host gift or thank you present for that golf buddy who stuck with you through the yips.
BUY NOW: $22


Marshall Stockwell II Speaker

This mini speaker brings big sound and rock-and-roll attitude. About the size of a box of golf balls, this bluetooth speaker is water-resistant and will hold a charge for up to 20 hours.
Available at marshallheadphones.com
BUY NOW: $180


Que Bottle

A collapsible water bottle is a great gift for golfers who like to pack light. The 20-ounce bottle is leakproof and has a wide mouth that'll easily fit a few ice cubes when you need it, but shrinks to half of its size when you don't.
Available at quebottle.com
BUY NOW: $26


Stolen Riches Laces

For those extra style-conscious golfers on your list, these laces ($18) are a great way to add a touch of color to any outfit or golf shoe. Colorful laces are fun to match or contrast with and are a subtle way to create a ultra-refined look.
Available at stolenriches.com

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Southern Tide Long Sleeve Embroidered Pocket T-shirt

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A cozy pocket-tee is always a welcomed gift. Dressed up or worn casual, they'll definitely find use for this bright cotton top this winter.
Available at southerntide.com
BUY NOW: $44


Godiva Assorted Chocolate Seasonal Gift Box and Chocolate-Filled Star Ornament

No one can resist a good holiday box of chocolates. This set is great because it includes two gifts in one and doesn't even need to be wrapped. Keep on hand for last-minute gifts or if you just need a sweet snack during the stressful holiday season.
Available at godiva.com
BUY NOW: $45


Golf Digest SELECT Imperial Hat

These new Imperial hats from Golf Digest SELECT combine vintage styling inspired by the archives of both Imperial Headwear and Golf Digest with modern golf-ready performance elements. Each lightweight cap features a throwback laurel wreath logo that ran in the pages of Golf Digest in the 1960s.
Available at select.golfdigest.com
BUY NOW: $35


Club Glove Microfiber Towel-Corvette

You might not be able to get them a new car this year, but you can bring Corvette vibes with this unique Club Glove towel ($25). The microfiber towel is a fan-favorite in the golf world with an absorbent waffle-texture that can hold up to 400 percent of its weight in water and a gentle construction to keep clubs dry and scratch-free.
Available at clubglove.com


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This man-cave-friendly candle ($16) has a rich bourbon scent with notes of oak to keep your space smelling fresh throughout the stagnant indoor months.
Available at apothepure.com


Killspencer Parachute Bag 2.0 Shoe Bag

Made from repurposed U.S. Air Force Military parachutes, these shoe bags ($45) are about as durable as it gets. The lightweight material is tear-resistant and collapses flat for easy storage between uses.
Available at killspencer.com


Tommy John Second Skin Sleep Jogger

The name "Second Skin" aptly describes these barely-there joggers. The silky-soft material is extra stretchy, but built to retain shape and it's made with a non-pilling fabric to make sure they stay fresh all year long.
Available at tommyjohn.com
BUY NOW: $64


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