Best Golf Deals at the 2020 Walmart Big Save Sale: Why these 8 products belong in your cart right now
Walmart’s counter sale has some big discounts with these products we found that are great for golfers.
With Amazon Prime Day in full swing, other retailers have stepped up to offer rival sales, turning this week into a Black Friday-like event. Walmart’s “The Big Save” sale began over the weekend and runs through Thursday (Oct. 15)—with a surprising amount of golf items discounted. You can scroll all the sales yourself, but if you’re short on time (or patience) we rounded up the best golf deals at the Walmart sale this week.
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JEF World of Golf The Ultimate Putting System 9' ($56, was $80)
This at-home putting mat is automated to return your ball after every putt. It’s got a regulation size cup and a nine-foot surface to help practice those pesky, must-make putts inside 10 feet.
Izzo Golf Triple Chip Net ($24, was $35)
This collapsible hitting net is easy to store or transport for wherever and whenever you need a quick chipping session. It has three different targets and a 20-inch diameter for target practice.
Hanes Sport Men's and Big Men's Cool Dri Performance Polo ($10, was $12.50)
This ultra-affordable golf shirt has an added discount to round in at $10. It’s available in a variety of colors, has UPF 50+ sun protection and is made with a quick-dry fabric that’s engineered to regulate body temperature. Similar to the fan-favorite Hanes base layers, it’s got a tag-free neck label for added comfort.
TaylorMade Players Shoe Bag ($17, was $27)
You don’t have to spend too much on a shoe bag, but once you have one you’ll question why you didn’t own one before. It’s a great way to stay organized and look like a pro when you show up to the next nice course you get invited to.
Club Champ Golfer's Putter Pool Game ($30, was $42)
This putting game is a useful gift for your favorite golfer who tends to need any sort of golf fix in the off-season. It’s great for up to four players with 16 billiard-style golf balls, six regulation sized cups and a billiard rack for a hybrid pool-putting game setup.
Piel Leather Driving Range Golf Caddy ($126, was $249)
Great for staying stylish on the way to the range or a par 3, this leather bag holds seven golf clubs (pitching wedge to 9-iron), has a detachable golf ball pouch and an adjustable shoulder strap.
SKLZ Smart Glove ($24, was $30)
This training aid helps encourage a better wrist and grip position with a removable wrist guide on the Cabretta leather golf glove. The rigid insert guides the hand and wrist to a straighter position at impact to eliminate swing faults like scooping or flipping.
Beer Pong Golf ($152, was $250)
Take tailgating and party games to another level with this beer-pong golf set. It’s racked for 10 cups, comes with a set of practice balls and has a small chipping mat for a smoother game.