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Golf Holiday Gift Guide: What to Get the Golfer in Your Life

By    |   Monday, 05 December 2016 08:18 AM

Holiday gifts may range from equipment and sportswear to unique accessories for the golfer in your life. A new set of clubs or well-designed golf bag might be great, but there are plenty of creative ideas that come to mind when shopping for that special linksman.

Advances in technology have provided golfers with new techniques to improve their game. There are also those extras that bring added enjoyment during a round of golf. As shoppers search for that special something to excite their favorite golfer, they’ll probably find themselves in a pleasant dilemma over which item to choose.

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These seven holiday gift ideas can help you find what to get the golfer in your life:

1. Boat shoes — They make comfortable footwear on the golf course, notes Inc. The better ones have blister-resistant padding to avoid those minor inconveniences on the links and are designed with leather.

2. Swing data device — There are swing analyzers that connect to any club and transmit swing information through a golfer’s mobile device. The swing analyzer from Swingbyte offers 3D imagery on swings.

3. Tiny camera attachment — Want to see your game from an entirely different view? Golfers might love a small, light camera that attaches to a club, bag, cart, or tee marker. Golf.com recommends the GoPro Hero4 Session camera that mounts just about anywhere.

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4. Luxury golf cart — For the golfer who has everything, the best ride on the links has a lot to offer. The Garia Golf Car may cost five figures, but it certainly makes the golf game more entertaining with good speed, leather seats, a built-in refrigerator, bag holder, and even wipers for those rainy days.

5. Golf umbrella holder — Speaking of rain and wind, a strong umbrella holder is essential at times. The Sun Mountain Speed Cart GT is the perfect umbrella caddy for those rainy days on the course, according to Golf Week

6. Cold beverage bottle — Golfers who want to quench their thirst during the day would benefit from a stainless-steel container. The vacuum-insulated Camelbak Chute Vacuum Bottle keeps drinks cold for 24 hours, according to Golf Digest.

7. GPS watch — A good one allows golfers to see distances and avoid hazards through large-screen viewing. The TomTom Golfer 2 GPS Watch is a “coach, personal golf trainer, course map GPS, and scorekeeper in one package,” according to Forbes' Larry Olmsted.

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