Father’s Day Golf Gift Guide

Finding a Father’s day present for the man who has everything can be difficult. For those golf lovers your in luck we have gift ideas for you. Please don’t think about buying dad another ugly sweater this year try buying some golf gear he will actually use.


If dad likes to look for what’s new out there and what’s the latest technology. These new golf drivers are packed full of new technology and game improving innovation.
TaylorMade’s R11 or Callaways RAZR Hawk

Golf Balls

Dad can never have too many golf balls. Find a game changing ball for him and not end one that will end up in the water hazards.
Nike Power Distance, Nike 20Xi-S or 20Xi-X, Titleist Pro V1 or V1x


Add some confidence to dad’s short game. Choose from all the top styles of putters including mallet’s and blades.
TaylorMade Tour Ghost, Odyssey White Hot XC, Nike Method Core Putter or Odyssey’s latest White ICE D.A.R.T. Putter or if dad is an avid putter collector check out the Bettinardi collection

Iron Sets

Think dads really something out there on the golf course? Upgrade him to a new set of irons. Less shanked shots and more distance.
TayloMade Burner 2.0, Adams RPM3, Nike Machspeed Irons,

Complete Sets

If dear ol’ Dad went into retirement only to find that his golf clubs from the 70’s aren’t going to cut it on the course anymore try and help him out with new complete set of clubs.


Does dad struggles to see the pin (don’t we all)? Or maybe he’s just a gadget guy, a golf GPS or Rangefinder can make the difference between a hole in one or a bunker disaster.
Callaway uPro MX GPS, Leupold GX-1, Garmin Approach G5

Golf Shoes

A great pair of new shoes can start the season off right. Walking around the course we know you want daddy dearest to be comfortable and stylish.
Find your favorite shoe brands such as Nike, Ecco, Callaway, or Puma.

Push Cart

If he needs a bit more help carrying his clubs and you don’t feel like renting him a caddie for the day try a push cart so it can carry all dad’s gear on the course.
Bag Boy quad golf cart, Sun Mountain Cart v2, Clicgear 3.0

Golf Gloves

These can get worn and torn easily there an easy buy and golfers always need new one’s. Shipping is Just $1 on all golf gloves

Golf Apparel

Style dad up with a new pair of shorts or polo for the course. Whatever his style we have something for him.

Gift Packages

If reading this your even more confused let GolfClubs.com do the work for you. With our gift packages you can choose from a Nike, Callaway, Wilson, or Ping golf set. The gift package comes with a set of golf balls and gloves.
GolfClubs.com Gift Packages


Still not sure what to buy him? Alright we have helped you all we could maybe try and buy him a gift certificate and let him choose.
GolfClubs.com Gift Certificates


Indoor putting

putting cupSometimes all you need is a little time and a putter. Practicing during the off season or just time off is easy if you want to practice your putting. Putting and short shots are some of the most crucial shots in a golfers game. You make more puts than you do any other shot in the entire game. An easy ways to stay in shape and in the swing of things is with indoor practice putting cups. These come in a variety of different materials and styles. You can go with the authentic foam putting cups which have the artificial grass and is the most similar to putting on inclines. Or you can find the traditional aluminum putting cups that just let you take a little time and practice your putts wherever you are.

Swing Weight Practice

swing_weightThere are several types of weighted products that allow golfers to practice their swing. These weights can either be attached to the club or added to the end such as a donut weight. Using weights are a great way to either practice warming up or to practice your swing at home. These are easy tools to use at home as strengthening techniques. In front of the TV is a great place to work on these, you can even clear a space for yourself and grab a club with a practice weight and swing away. If you are really dedicated you can set up a putting area in your living room to work on putts. This type of swinging practice will be really nice so you’re not rusty during the spring when the sun finally comes out.

Golf Ball Practice

When you’re not able to make it out to the driving range to hit a bucket of balls but still want the practice invest in some alternative golf balls. A simple wiffle ball will allow you to practice swing and get the motions hammered out even if the distance and flight isn’t in play. The Floppy is a unique practice ball you can use indoors. That’s why this is the perfect ball to use all year round. This ball was made especially as an option when you’re not able to get to the course. This ball has the same feel and feedback of a golf ball but its soft enough to bounce off a window or a wall. It’s perfect for players to practice their short game.  Works best with wedge shots.


Ben Hogan’s 5 lessons

Ben_HoganA great way to get some practice in from a more nontraditional sense is to brush up on the fundamentals of golf. One of the best books to get back to the basics is by golfing legend Ben Hogan. His book “Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf” is filled with lessons on how the average golfer is capable of building and repeating swings to break 80. This is the perfect book for golfers new and old who wants to take a look back at the fundamentals of their game and most likely learn something new. The book is very well written and an uplifting read that demonstrates his techniques on the correct grip, stance, posture and swing. In this meticulous descriptions he highlights golf’s most basic and difficult techniques to master.

How to improve your golf swing: Practice Accessories

For many golfers winter is the toughest and sometimes most impossible time of year to get out and on the course. That’s why most golfers try and find alternative ways to keep their swing in check and practice all year round. Either from the comforts of your living room or when the ground thaws out there are plenty of gadgets and equipment to help golfers get back into the swing of things. These are great tools even if you are just looking for a little extra practice. Golf accessories come in all shapes and forms, from the extravagant indoor/outdoor personal putting greens to a simple indoor foam ball (let’s try and not break anything in the house). It can be as simple as brushing up on golf techniques from the newest how to book.