Searching for a golf gift but aren't sure where to start? Look no further!
No matter whether you are just looking to spend £10 or a lot more, here's our guide to 10 gifts we know every golfer would be happy to receive!
Personalised Golf Balls - from £28
Personalisation can be applied to virtually everything we buy nowadays, so it’s unsurprising the ability to put a message or logo on the golf balls we use is a growing business. All the big golf ball brands like TaylorMade, Callaway and Titleist offer a personalisation service and most are pretty similar in allowing you to add text and/or a logo. But as most golfers know there are mail order ball options out there nowadays, too.
And the likes of Vice and Pearl (two leading mail order golf ball brands) offer some of the most extensive personalisation options out there, even the ability to put your favourite image on the side of your next golf ball. And, of course, because they’re mail order they won’t set you back an arm and a leg, either. Their websites are always worth a look, particularly for birthdays, Christmas and Mother’s/ Father’s Days.
www.vicegolf.com | www.pearlgolf.co.uk
Re-usable Water Bottle - £20
Hydration is key when you're playing golf, but so is helping limit our use of single-use plastics. It's the reason The Open encouraged spectators to bring their own reusable water bottles to the tournament in 2019, which they were able to refill at water stations at Royal Portrush. So why not gift someone a resuable water bottle? Chilly's bottles have a huge range of options, and can either keep drinks ice-cold for up to 24 hours, or hot for 12 hours.
Pitch Repairer with ball marker - Around £10
Every single golfer needs a pitch repairer to fix divots and marks on the green, and they'll never say no to having another ball marker- so why not get a gift that has both.
You can also look at buying one from a golf club nearby that features their logo, or personalised one yourself at various website. This one comes from clubhouse golf, and is £10.99.
Zippo hand warmer - From £21.95
One thing every golfer needs in the winter is something that can keep their hands warm on the course, so why not invest in a hand warmer that can last four up to 12 hours?
Zippo have two styles of hand warmers. One is a lighter fluid-fuelled hand warmers that you fill up and light and lasts from six hours (£21.95) to 12 hours (£23.95). We're fans of the durable metal construction, which won't be compromised if you get caught out in a heavy downpour. The other is a more expensive rechargable option (£39.95), that comes with a rechargable lithium battery and lasts for six hours.
PUTTOUT Pressure Putt Trainer (£20) or Pressure Putt Trainer & mat - (£85)
Holing those crucial six-footers can really lower your scores, and the key to great putting is practice. With PuttOUT you really can take that practice anywhere. With a scientifically shaped parabolic ramp, each putt is returned to the player the same distance it would have gone past the hole had it missed; anything else is a miss. Only putts with perfect line and pace will hold the microtarget – so let the allimportant putting practice begin!
Golf Magazine Subscription - From £24.99
Whether you want advice on what course to play, tips from the best coaches in the game or find out all about which equipment and gear will best suit your game - you'll find it all inside an issue of Today's Golfer.
So take advantage of our latest subscription offers and buy someone the gift of a magazine subscription.
Golf Umbrella - from £30
Every golfer needs a good umbrella in their bag if they live in the UK, as weather can be unpredictable and you don't want to be the one unlucky player caught out at the furthest point away from the clubhouse without a brolley.
While there are plenty of places you can pick up a golf umbrella, we'd recommend opting for a Gustbuster. Their Double Canopy Umbrella's come feature an exclusive Raindrop-Shaped Wind Release Vents - which not only keep out the rain but are wind tested to 55mph, making it perfect for golfers.
adidas Climaproof Waterproof Jacket - £129.95
If you tend to be a fair-weather golfer, to ensure maximum wear from any waterproof jacket it's a great idea to invest in one that looks just as good off the course as it does on it. The Climaproof is that jacket. Great for wearing away from the course as a multi-purpose option, and perfect for golfers who insist they need pockets to keep their hands warm. Good value, too.
Shot Scope V2 - £169
The V2 does everything you'd expect from a GPS watch – front, middle and back of the green yardages from a golfer's real-time position – but it has one humungous bene t over a regular watch; it also tracks more than 100 tour-level stats for your game, which are broken down into ve areas: clubs, tee shots, approaches, short game and putting. It's all monitored in a beautiful online package, so you can really identify where you're dropping shots, and what needs improving. We're massive fans of this technology, and can really see how it helps everyday golfers cut their handicaps.
Motocaddy Cube Connect - £239.99
The Cube Connect really is a clever bit of a kit. It offers the same GPS distance data and optional smartphone alerts as Motocaddy's electric models – front, middle and back distances to the green for more than 40,000 courses worldwide, plus shot measurements, clock and round timer. It's also simple to set-up, lightweight, folds down so it's 45% smaller than other push trolleys and features a parking brake.