Golf Gifts under $50: Birthday or Christmas!
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Golf Gifts Under $50
Thinking about buying your favorite golfer a present? They’ll almost certainly thank you if you get them something on this list. Whether it’s a stocking filler for Christmas or something for their birthday these presents won’t end up stuck in the back of a cupboard!
Don’t waste your hard-earned money on some rubbish, get something they will appreciate!
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If money is no object then there here are some great potential gifts.
Arguably the most bought golf gift in the history of golf. I doubt if there’s a golfer anywhere that hasn’t had golf balls as a present at one time or another.
If possible check their preferred make and model before committing to a purchase.
Since its launch, this ball has been favored by tour players and good amateurs. It’s unlikely anyone would turn their noses up at these.
An up-and-coming ball at a price point that should allow you to buy two dozen!
Who doesn’t love a good read from time to time?
With course recommendations from the likes of Sir Nick Faldo And Tom Doak. Anyone receiving this book should be able to find a number of ideas for their next dream golf trip.
The follow-up book to the above features another 50 super locations to base a golf trip round.
Golf-related stories from a bygone era. They should tickle anyone’s funny bone.
Anyone struggling with their short game should find lots of opportunities to improve using these drills.
Caps & Hats
Save the hassle of them rummaging in their pocket for a coin. Get a Titleist cap with a magnetic marker.
If their winter hat is starting to look a little threadbare then why not splash out on this beanie to keep their head warm next winter.
Food & Drink
Do you know someone who likes a wee dram on those cold mornings on the links? This high-quality titanium hip flask should help their medicine go down smooth!
Yeti 20oz Vacuum Tumbler
Along with golf balls this is one of the items that every golfer is regularly spending money on so to get one as a gift can be a bit of a boon.
Titleist Players Cabretta Leather
Footjoy Weathersof Glove
If you know someone with a collection of autographed or logo golf balls then this wooden case would allow them to show them off.
Rather than leave all those fancy ball markers gathering dust in a drawer give them a gift that will allow them to be put on display.
Major Championship Flags
You can often find replica flags for recent major championships on sale for under $50. These would make a nice gift for a golf fan.
One of the funniest films about golf. Chevy Chase, Bill Murray and Rodney Dangerfield lead you on a romp through Bushwood Country Club.
Arguably Adam Sandler’s best work. Watch him go from angry ice hockey player to angry golfer on the Pro Tour. The golf ball whacker guy who hits it further than John Daly!
Check this out for more movie ideas!
Not every golfer likes to practice but in all honesty, most of us should do! Give the golfer in your life a nudge and hopefully, they’ll get their handicap index down. Golf practice aids can make a perfect gift.
A collection of different fiberglass sticks to help groove a swing.
Champkey Putting Mirror
A great tool for helping a golfer work on their putting.
PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer
Runytek Indoor Chipping Net
Small but oh so useful. A great little practice net for working on your game when the weather isn’t great. It’s very small so it will definitely sharpen your aim. I would advise you to use some lightweight indoor golf balls. Normal golf balls may prove to be a bit heavy for it. Plus you’re more likely to smash your stuff.
Thorza Golf Putting Mat
For those long winter nights when there’s no chance of playing real golf give them the gift of putting!
There are lots of hazards on a golf course, plenty of places to lose those balls you bought them last Christmas. Give them a chance of getting some back with this extendable Callaway ball retriever.
FootJoy Shoe Bag
Tour-level mapping of greens available to the ordinary golfer. A bit pricey at 30 or $40 per course you can buy their home course if it is one that GolfLogix has mapped.
Golf Pride/David Leadbetter Grip Trainer
Two experts in their respective fields. They have created a training aid to help you master one of the most difficult parts of learning golf. The grip. If you know someone that is just starting out in golf then this could be a great gift to give them a solid foundation as they learn the game. As an added bonus it’s a pretty inexpensive gift too.
Golf Trunk Organizer
If you’re fed up with seeing golf equipment strewn throughout your loved ones’ car then you could get them one of these organizers to help keep things tidy.
The only thing worse than rain on a golf course is finding out that your brolly has blown inside out! A double canopy umbrella should solve that problem for them.
If your friend or partner has been hitching up his trousers, Arnold Palmer style, then maybe this Nike belt can help them out.
A luxurious velour-lined pouch to keep all your valuables safe in one place.
Pom Pom Headcover
For the golfer who prefers their vision of the future to be George Lucas style rather than Gene Roddenberry.
Tin Cup Ball Marker
PGA 2K21 for PC
Arguably the best PC golf game at the moment although EA Sports is releasing a new version of PGA Tour Golf in 2022 which includes all the major championships including the Masters Tournament.
If your loved one can’t make it to the course because of the weather then a quick 18 holes on PGA 2K21 might satiate their golfing needs.
I haven’t included any golfing apparel as it’s pretty difficult to find many items that will be less than $50. Golf polo shirts are well over the limit unless you are looking at cheaper brands or discounted models. Golf shoes can also be difficult to find for less than $50 unless you stick to less well-known brands.
Again it’s a struggle to find even used clubs for such a small budget and do you really want to give someone a used golf club?
You could just buy them a pack of wooden tees if you are short of cash. Better yet, if they are a bit of a collector see if you can get hold of a commemorative pack from a top golf course they have played with logoed golf tees, ball markers, etc.
So there you have it a list of gifts costing no more than $50 that you shouldn’t be embarrassed to give. The only question is which one are you sending me?
If you have a bit more to spend and you’d like to get them something useful then you could invest in a pair of good quality sunglasses. I need prescription lenses so I opted for Oakley Flak Jacket XLJ.
If you are looking for a gift for a beginner then these ideas might be helpful.