Christmas gifts for Golfers
Christmas gifts for Golfers is a short golf blog post highlighting this year’s Christmas Crackers.
Are you struggling with ideas on what to buy your golfing buddy, friend or loved one for Christmas this year.
Well, look no further as I have some great gift ideas for you.
My top 10 gift ideas.
These putting mats are the best in the business. They range from 49.99 for the basic Slim Putting Mat, all the way up to 349.00 for the Tour Studio which includes everything and more.
PGA Tour 2K21
This is the latest PGA Tour game available for the Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Google Stadia & Microsoft Windows.
Most golfers like to watch the Professionals in action. You could always add a nice meal at their favourite restaurant.
Shot Scope Pro L1 RangeFinder
A good reliable Rangefinder under 179.00. This is a very impressive gadget that is within budget. Check out the Shot Scope website for more information.
Druids Golf Ambassador Pack
Check out this amazing offer that is not to be missed. 1 x Jacket or Gilet, 1 x Midlayer, 1 x Polo, 1 x Trousers or 2nd Polo, 1 x Cap or Towel. All of this for only 99.00. I have bought one and I love the stuff. Click on the website, here.
Golf Lessons (Winter Package)
Every golfer wants to improve their game. Why not raise the bar in time for the new season. A winter package of golf lessons with a PGA Professional will do the trick.
A fantastic GPS system with all the information that a good golfer needs. The price is around 379.00. You can find the website by clicking on this link.
A Golf Break
A short weekend break with a hotel & golf is a great idea for a present. Companies like Golfbreaks has some great offers on their website.
All golfers need golf balls. Why not order some personalised balls as a real nice gift.
When all else fails, there is always a gift voucher. Your local PGA Professional’s Shop will be able to accommodate you with this.
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