Xmas Gift ideas landing

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Buying the perfect golf gift for your favourite golfer is easier this Christmas with Today's Golfer.

We've set up an easy to follow list of stocking fillers for the golfer you're buying for this Christmas. Browse other golf gifts in the TG Compare Golf Shop.

By selecting your golfer from 5 different golfer types and then choosing one of our range of price sensitive selections you'll find the ideal Christmas golf gift present.

Choose one of the types below that you think most fits the golfer in your life then click on the price range next to it that most suits your wallet. Whatever your requirements we have Christmas golf gift suggestions to suit:

 

Serious Golfer

Serious Golfer
Mr or Mrs Serious Golfer are committed to their golf game like a mother is to their first born! they'll be out on the golf course come wind, rain or shine at least twice a week and play to a very good level.
Even when they're at work they're thinking about when they can next get out to hit balls and prepare for the next local competition they're entering. For these committed types golf is a serious business indeed!

under £50

under £100

under £150

£200 plus

 

Keen Golfer

Keen Golfer
The keen golfer loves golf for all manner of reasons and gets out every week to play. They'll even spend some time at the range honing their technique so they can be more like their hero Tiger Woods.
They'll be into the latest and greatest new golf equipment too in a big way and lust after the latest driver or new range of golf clothing. In short they can't get enough of golf but they are still very much aware of the other commitments they have in their lives.

under £50

under £100

under £150

£200 plus

 

Casual Golfer

Casual Golfer
You can spot a casual golfer a mile off, usually because they get incredibly frustrated by their lack of ability on the golf course. Generally speaking they are average players who could probably be even better if they spent a bit more time on the course but they like to keep their golf in perspective with other things in their life. They go out when they can and have an interest in getting better but not at the expense of a beer with friends.

under £50

under £100

under £150

£200 plus

 

Beginner Golfer

Beginner Golfer
They are what it says on the tin. The golf bug has bitten them but they have only just taken up the game and are really keen to learn. They also need lots of kit as they are still building up their arsenal in preparation for 'next summer' when they say they're going to get a real handicap and play lots.
The winter is a tough time for beginners however and only the toughest survive through to play in the spring to any standard.

under £50

under £100

under £150

£200 plus