The perfect golf gift

Are you looking for a gift for a golfer? Our tips will get you on the right path to the perfect gift.

Whether for a birthday, Easter, Christmas or any other special occasion. When it comes to finding a suitable gift for a golfer, ideally related to his passion, it becomes difficult. Especially if you even with golf has little to do. We give you some tips on what real golfers are looking forward to and what they should best keep their fingers off about gifts for golfers who have everything.

How to find the perfect golf gift

With training books you can hardly do anything wrong. Every golfer is constantly working on his game and looking for ways to improve. And I mean really every golfer; from beginner to top player.

Finding the right book is not easy. But with the verve of a legend you are always right. For example, Ben Hogan (The Golf Swing or Power Golf), Jack Nicklaus (The Swing or Golf My Way), Greg Norman (Advanced Golf or Greg Norman’s Golf Lessons) and Severiano Ballesteros (Trouble Shots or Natural Golf). Such a book is guaranteed by passionate golfers as a bedtime reading by the bed.

But even the best coaches in the world have some readable works on the market. Including mental coach dr. Bob Rotella (The 15th racket or golf is self-reliance), all-expert-and-coach David Leadbetter (From starter to winner on DVD or the DVD series David Leadbetter Golf Academy) as well as short-game guru Dave Pelz (Short Game Bible or Putting Bible). For some of these works, however, the recipient should be able to speak profound English. But then these books are guaranteed not dust on any shelf so fast.

Help for a better handicap

Equally popular as training books are little helpers who are supposed to improve the game. The most popular gadgets include those that can be used throughout the year. About a putt mat for the living room. The artificial greens are already available for less than 100 euros – ideal for example for the office. But you can easily go to well over 1,000 euros, if it is the high-quality artificial turf or even whole practice areas in the garden should be.

Instead of letting your friend dream with the training gadgets of a possible – albeit unlikely – career as a professional golfer, you’d rather give him a dream that he may actually fulfill. For example in the form of a picture book about possible travel destinations. Again, you will quickly find on Amazon. And even if the friend already has three powerful reference works, for another is certainly on the shelf space.

Small gifts get the friendship

Most golfers are especially happy about small attentions that they can use again and again on the court. For example, with a high-quality scorecard cover made of leather you will make the recipient happy for a long time. Likewise with a new set of Sharpies to mark his golf balls. Best equal template included. That may not sound special, but golfers usually tick very easily. If we can use it on the square, it’s the perfect gift.

Balls and coupons always go

If there is one thing that a golfer never – and I mean never! – can have enough, then those are balls. It may sound banal, but most golfers lose two to three of the small white balls each round. Supplies are always in great demand. But do not buy any good offer that you find on the net. The best way to learn about the preferred model of the golfer and cover him with a larger stock. Mostly you can give the balls a personal touch with an individual print.

Green fee vouchers are also very popular with golfers. Especially with escort on a great place nearby. But we also like to accept further routes if it is one of the best meadows in Germany – or near foreign countries. For example, on Leading Courses you will find a ranking of the best golf clubs in Germany. Or, browse with the golfer in the Rolex Golf Guide, which guides the world’s top 1000 golf courses and is also a great gift.

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