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Christmas Ideas For the Golf Enthusiast

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Four Gift Ideas For Golf Lovers

Last-minute Christmas shopping can be a pain in the neck. You have no idea what to buy for your father, mother or friends. However, a great idea for any golf enthusiast in your life is to get them something they can use on the golf course.

There are thousands of different golf products out there, and if you listen to the marketing, they’re all touting themselves as the “latest and greatest.”

So, what should you be looking for?

Here are some ideas:


Do you know someone in your family that loves to play golf anytime he/she can, but hates spending the money? I’m going to guess the answer is yes.

We’re having a special winter sale for our Links Cards because we want you, your family or loved ones to enjoy this gift at 25% off the regular price. We have a growing list of courses that you can choose from. When you show up for your round of golf, present your card and you’ll immediately save between $5 and $50 per round. And yes, unlike some other savings cards, most rates also include the cart! Not to mention, you get a one-year subscription to both Golf Digest AND New England Golf Monthly.

Information is included below:

Coupon Code = Winter18
Expires Feb 28, 2018

25% off Regular Price
Includes 12-mo Subscription to Golf Digest
and New England Golf Monthly Digital


In addition to our winter sale, we are also offering a foursome special, so that you can bring your whole family to the course with you. When you purchase 4 or more memberships, you get $25 off the regular price and don’t worry, you can still get the one-year subscriptions to both of the magazines mentioned above!

Coupon Code = 18fore
Expires Feb 28, 2018

$25 off Regular Price
when you purchase 4 or more membership 

Includes 12-mo Subscription to Golf Digest
and New England Golf Monthly Digital

Swing Caddie 2 ($349)

The Swing Caddie is a personal launch monitor. Ever been to a club fitting where they hooked you up to a Trackman or similar device to track all of the facets of your golf swing?

The Swing Caddie 2 uses the same general technology . It sits behind you on the range and tells you exactly how far every shot is. Not to mention, it works great. It even has built in training games to make your time on the range more enjoyable.

It’s perfect for the golf enthusiast who wants to get in some more practice before the golf season really kicks in again.

Bushnell Pro X2 ($500)

All of Bushnell Golf’s industry-leading laser rangefinder innovations are packed into the Pro X2.

Tour-trusted Slope-Switch Technology engages Bushnell Golf’s patented Slope Technology to give the golfer compensated distance based the hole’s incline/decline – and turns off for a USGA-conforming device when needed.

There’s PinSeeker with JOLT Technology to eliminate any doubt that you have locked onto the flag. All of it is wrapped in fully-waterproof metal housing to give the golfer the ultimate golf laser rangefinder.

This gift is perfect for the avid golfer who loves to track their distance every time they take a swing.

Callaway Chrome Soft X ($40)

As you might expect from a ball with soft in the name, it feels soft.

The Chrome Soft Golf Ball is designed for Tour Proven performance with exceptional feel. The 4-piece construction and Dual SoftFast Core provide higher ball speeds and optimal spin rates to maximize performance through the bag.

If you’re on a budget, this offers good value for money and is a credible alternative if you prefer something that feels softer than your average golf ball.

PuttOut Pressure Putt Trainer ($30)

For $29.99, this neat little device is a no brainer for anyone who wants to practice their putting more, and have a little more fun doing it.

The PuttOut “Pressure Putt Trainer” helps the average golfer putt on the correct line and speed. The unique curved design returns good putts the distance they would have traveled past the hole. The side contours reject offline putts and forces the golfer to get the balls, as those shots are not returned.

Golfing Gizmos Club Brush ($17)

This is another great gift if you’re on a budget. Sometimes you just need a little stocking stuffer. Not to mention, if you know your friends golf clubs are disgustingly dirty, Golfing Gizmos Club Crush set could be a great way to tell them “you need to clean your clubs.”

It’s built extremely well, has a retractable cord for easy access from the bag, and even comes with a bonus divot tool and ball marker.

Tip: add some golf tees and a funny driver head cover to put together to perfect budgeted golf gift.

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