As Father’s day arrives this coming Sunday (21st June, so don’t forget!), we thought we’d round up for all you last minute shoppers some ideas of some fantastic gifts for any Dads who are into their golf!
1. His favourite golf balls
Every golfer has their favourite brand, some like to mix and match their brands and others are strict endorsers of their preferred brand. Your Father will be no different, he’ll have his own favourite brand of balls, whether that’s the same as the rest of his equipment is irrelevant for the time being. A dozen of his favourite golf balls will be a thoughtful, and affordable gift this Father’s day.
2. Round of golf at a top venue
Just as all golfers have their favourite brand, every golfer will have a ‘bucket list’ of courses around the world they would like to play a round at. You know your Dad better than us, so you’ll be better to make that judgement than us, but for a steep price, Gleneagles has opened the PGA Centenary Course (host of the 2014 Ryder Cup) to the public.
3. Tickets to watch The Open
Again, this one isn’t exactly what you would describe as cheap, but wow, what an amazing Father’s day gift this could be. Tickets to watch arguably, the most historic golf tournament in the world. At The Home of Golf, St Andrews. Why not give your Father the chance to be there and experience golf at its very best.
There are tickets still available for all practice and championship days here.
4. Golf Magazine Subscription
Why not give your Father a gift that keeps on giving? An annual subscription to any leading golfing magazine will allow to keep right up to date will everything going on in the golfing world. Furthermore, with many magazines these days also providing digital editions of their content, he’ll be able to keep abreast of the latest golfing news whichever course in the world he’s currently at!
5. A specialist golf insurance policy
If you were to buy your Father a £22.99 specialist golf insurance policy from Golf Care, his equipment would then be covered for theft, loss and damage. He would also get up to £50,000 worth of cover for personal accident and up to £5 million for personal liability.
Every Golf Care policy also comes with three free rounds of golf at some of the world’s most well renowned golf courses, such as; 2010 Ryder Cup host, Celtic Manor, four time Ryder Cup host, The Belfry and over 70 other stunning courses.