It’s that time of year again. Time for the annual Hooked on Golf Blog Christmas gift guides, “holiday” gift guides for you politically correct types. Today’s focus is affordable golf gifts. In my guides I feature products I’ve reviewed in the previous year, and provide links to the full review. Let’s get this one started!
Wallaroo Shelton Sun Protection Hat – $48
Wallarroo hats makes some very stylish, comfortable hats which also provide great protection from the sun. I use the Shelton hat regularly when golfing, camping, hiking, or working in the yard. Okay, I admit it. I don’t work in the yard.
Coast Apparel French Terry Crew Neck Sweater – $39
This blended sweater (55% cotton/45% polyester) is very comfortable and works great on and off the golf course.
Kentwool Socks – $20
Such a great color…
Kentwool socks will probably be on every gift guide I ever do. They’re simply fantastic and I refuse to wear any other sock on the golf course.
Ricky Johnson Milled Aluminum Cigar Holder – $70
Classy. This is a super cigar holder with a mega-strong magnet. Mount the holder on a golf cart frame or any metal surface.
Mullybox – $29/month
Monthly subscription gift boxes are hot in the golf world right now. Mullybox puts together a great package with lots of very cool and useful golf accessories.
Chase54 Frequency Golf Pollo – $73
Chase54 makes some fantastic golf apparel. I really love my Frequency polo, and it goes great with their Trekker golf shorts.
Vegas Golf VIP Edition On-Course Game – $29
Vegas Golf is a fun game with chips that are awarded for good and bad plays in your golf group. Add ’em up at the end of the round and collect your bets!
Srixon Z-Star Golf Balls – $29
Srixon has been advertising a special rate of $29 for their Z-Star golf balls. The Z-Star is fantastic and every bit as good as any other tour ball out there like the ProV1, ChromeSoft etc.
I must admit I wear this RangeBall t-shirt as my jammie jams, just about every night. The fabric is so comfortable.
Monthly gift box subscriptions are very popular right now. In my monthly sub I’d much rather have cool golf stuff than an overpriced razor blade. That’s where Mullybox comes in.
A Mullybox subscription runs $29/month and includes a minimum of $60 worth of golf goodies delivered right to your doorstep, as you can see above.
Inside a Mullybox are golf treasures, from golf balls to towels to tees to game tracking devices. Every month it is a new and exciting mystery combination. It’s fun to open her up and see what’s inside!
The take this month (above) is half a dozen premium golf balls, a casino chip ball marker, some golf tees, a Frogg Togg chili pad cooling towel, and an Arccos Driver tracking system. Woot! Perfect timing for me. It’s darn hot here right now and the chili pad is going to come in very handy.
Here’s another look below.
Ditch the Dollar Shave Club or whatever other lame monthly subscription you have, or are giving as a gift. Replace that razor with some premium golf accessories from Mullybox! Guaranteed winner.
Now it is really crunch time. You have just this week to get your golfing dad a Father’s Day gift. Since you waited this long, you might as well shell out some real dough for a super-nice gift. This list is for you. Get out your American Express Gold Card. Here we go.
Bushnell Phantom Golf GPS Rangefinder – $99
Phantom showing yardages to center, front, back.
I’m still in the midst of reviewing the Bushnell Phantom golf GPS, but I can safely, and highly recommend it. I’ve been gaming it for a couple of weeks now and love how quick and accurate it is. I also love keeping it in my pocket so I can grab front/back/center yardages from anywhere. Stay tuned for my full review soon.
Tommy Armour TA1 Adjustable Driver – $299
You can find the Tommy Armour TA1 driver at Dick’s Sporting Goods. This is a great adjustable driver for golfers who need forgiveness. The driver comes in a very nice wooden box too, great Father’s Day package. Like the Bushnell GPS above, I’m early in the review period. Stay tuned for more.
Cobra King F8 Driver – $399
I’m in the review/testing phase right now on the King F8 driver from Cobra. I’ve been gaming this driver now for a few weeks. Starting to really like it. The face is the first ever milled face on a driver, and the adjustability is enough to make even the most obsessive compulsive golfer satisfied.
Shotscope V2 GPS Watch with Automated Performance Tracking
It is highly likely that the Shotscope V2 will win the Hooked on Golf Blog 2018 golf accessory of the year award. With this watch you can not only get yardages, but track every shot and view detailed statistics on every club, every hole, every round played on your mobile device or computer. It is awesome. Check out the Hooked on Golf Blog Shotscope V2 GPS Watch review for more.
Puma PWRADAPT DISC Golf Shoes – $150
Very cool treads from Puma. These might be the most comfortable golf shoes ever made. The “DISC” name comes from the disc which tightens the laces. It is a very cool system. Check out the Hooked on Golf Blog Puma PWRADAPT DISC Golf Shoe review for more.
Chase54 Trekker Golf Shorts and Frequency Polo – $79 & $73
My first Chase54 apparel review left me quite impressed with the quality, style, comfort and performance of the Trekker golf shorts and Frequency polo. Highly recommended.
New Level 1031 Forged Irons – $1393.00
Do you REALLY love dad, and have a lot of money? Then I suggest picking him up a set of New Level forged irons. I’ve just started testing the 1031 model, and they’re impressively long and accurate while being easy to hit. It’s kind of like cheating.
It’s time for the long awaited Hooked on Golf Blog Father’s Day gift guides! This year I’m going to break the guides into two categories, golf gifts under $50 and golf gifts over $50. Let’s roll on the under $50. To get more details about the product, click the bold/blue heading.
Aris Urethane Covered Golf Balls $24-$28
These balls are roughly half the cost of Titleist ProV1’s, but employ similar materials and provide similar performance.
Zero Friction Supertubes
Fun packaging. Comes with golf balls, tees, and a golf glove!
MyCharge AdventureMax Portable Charger – $49
Dad has a cell phone, golf GPS and probably other devices he needs to charge. This is a rugged portable USB charger capable of keeping dad’s batteries topped off.
Grip Boost Grip Enhancement Products $9-$15
If your hands slip, you need a better grip! Get a grip with Grip Boost.
Nicklaus Staydri Polo $24.99 – Nicklaus golf shorts – $29.99
I wore this outfit yesterday. It’s a great summer setup with light fabric which is comfortable and wicks moisture from the body.
Wallaroo Shelton Sun Protection Hat – $48
Summer is here. Keep dad protected from the sun with this comfortable had from Wallaroo hats.
Golf Jet – Monthly subscription from $37
Golf Jet – Jet Pack
This is slick, a monthly subscription to Golf Jet which includes high quality golf balls, tees, glove and more.
Wilson DUO Soft Golf Balls
Soft golf balls are the rage right now. Wilson has the softest golf ball on the planet in the DUO Soft. Soft golf balls are easier to compress for golfers with slow swing speeds.
Did you know Zero Friction makes golf products other than their Zero Friction golf tees?
Below is one of the Zero Friction Supertubes. This is a very cool package with three golf balls, a hand full of matching Zero Friction tees, and a glove.
Another golf ball offering from Zero Friction is the Spectra golf ball. It is a two-piece distance ball which comes in six cool colors. They make a 4-pack which also includes a ZFTMAXX tee. Below is the matte white version, which has a very interesting look.
These fun golf packs make some interesting golf gift ideas for Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, birthdays, Christmas and so on.