Make Dad’s Day
You have two choices this Father’s Day: buy dad one of these fantastic golf gifts or leave him wondering what he did to deserve an ungrateful kid like you.
Just kidding. But seriously, these are really good recommendations.
R-Motion Golf Simulator
If your dad lives somewhere with winter, he’s missing out on months of golf. Keep his game in gear during the cold weather by giving him the R-Motion Golf Simulator. At $300, it’s a fraction of the price of other simulators, but the graphics and ease-of-use are top notch.
Full review HERE
Buy R-Motion HERE
Tempercraft Water Bottles
Keep Dad’s drinks hot or cold all day in a bottle or tumbler from Tempercraft. The stainless steel, dual-walled, vacuum insulated construction is great for the golf course, travel, or out on the trail. And with a wide variety of sizes, lids and colors, its easy to find just the right one – you can even customize it for a truly unique gift.
Buy Tempercraft HERE
Precision Pro NX7 Rangefinder
Want to help your dad flag more of his iron shots without breaking the bank? The Precision Pro NX7 rangefinder is the best value on the market. For $200, you get great accuracy and a lifetime battery replacement in an easy-to-use package.
Full review HERE
Buy Precision Pro NX7 HERE
T.B Phelps Belts
Take Dad’s style up a notice with a distinctive, quality belt. These beauties from T.B. Phelp are crafted in the USA from the finest American leathers – including elk – and look great on or off the course.
Buy T.B. Phelps Belts HERE
Ecco Cage Pro Golf Shoes
Full Review HERE
Buy Ecco Cage Pro Golf Shoes HERE
Gold Toe Golf Socks
What’s Father’s Day without at least one pair of new socks? The Gold Toe Golf collection has fresh takes on classic argyles for the clubhouse and athletic options for the fairway.
Buy Gold Toe Golf Socks HERE
Club Glove Caddy Towel
Buy Club Glove Caddy Towel HERE
Bushnell Pro X2 Rangefinder
If you have a big budget for Dad, there’s no rangefinder more impressive than the Bushnell Pro X2. It’s the only rangefinder on the market that allows you to switch between slope and non-slope modes and switch the display from black (for bright settings) to red (for darker settings).
Buy the Bushnell Pro X2 Rangefinder HERE
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