5 Affordable Holiday Golf Gift Ideas

With the holiday season fast approaching, here are 5 affordable gifts for the golfers on your list. Find the perfect gift for your favorite golfer with these gift ideas!

PHOTO BALL MARKERS

Photo Ball Markers make an amazing holiday gift for any golfer on your list. Upload your special photos and build an amazing golf gift. Photo Ball Markers make a great golf gift for ladies, men, senior, and junior golfers.

Photo Ball Markers

Website: www.photoballmarker.com
  

MONOGRAMMED GOLF BALLS

A personal touch shouldn’t cost a fortune. Monogrammed golf balls are the perfect way to distinguish your balls from those of the hacks out there. Say goodbye to remembering golf ball numbers! Of course, you’ll still know perfectly well which golf ball is yours when it’s the only one on the green… Elevate your game with monogrammed golf balls.

Monogrammed Golf Balls

Website: www.monogrammed-golf-balls.com
  

GOLF BALL IDENTIFIERS

With a huge selection of original styles to choose from, Golfdotz are simply the best way to ID your golf ball and add style to your game. USGA R&A conforming. As used on PGA, LPGA, European & Champions Tour. Proudly made in the USA.

Golddotz

Website: www.golfdotz.com
  

TRAINING GOLF BALLS

Golfers can perfect their swing in the privacy of their yard and get immediate results. If you are using a tee or a mat, an iron or a driver, when hit properly, the ball will move about 20 yards in a low trajectory. Proper impact, ball first, with the club shaft leaning forward results in a full-distance shot, whereas a fat shot or skulled shot simply rolls.

Home Striker Balls

Website: www.homestrikerballs.com
  

CUSTOM PUTTER COVERS

Surprise your golfer with a custom made putter cover from Delilah Golf Covers and Girly Golfer! Your golfer doesn’t need a putter cover? Girly Golfer also has custom wood covers, golf towels and tee bags!

Girly Golfer

Website: www.girlygolfer.com
  

Comments

    • I really like their weight and the way the feel. I got them for Christmas so I’m waiting for spring to try them out.

      The ball markers consist of “nickel plated stamped iron” topped with an epoxy covering.

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