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12 Golf Gift Ideas for Father's Day

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The U.S. Open is just around the corner and with it comes annual Father’s Day festivities. BBQ and baseball will fill the air and dads everywhere will be relaxing and enjoying a day devoted to them. If your father is the type to hit the links or spend the day watching the Tour players try to conquer Chambers Bay, here are a few golf gift ideas that are sure to hit the mark.

Dad may never be able to play like Ernie Els, but he canbirdiebox-(1).jpg certainly follow in his sartorial footsteps with the help of BirdieBox. The new Els for Autism Box($79.95+) is a limited-edition collection of golf related products associated with the four-time major champion and legendary South African golfer. A percentage of proceeds from each box will be donated to Els for Autism, a foundation established by Els and his wife Liezl in 2009 after their son Ben was diagnosed with the disorder.
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Let’s face it, Dad usually needs a little help in the fashion department, especially when it comes to supporting his alma mater. State Traditions is here to help, providing a unique and subtle way for him to show loyalty to his home state, university, or favorite sports team. All State Traditions items feature a state silhouette in coordinating collegiate or state colors for a sophisticated look without flashy or overt logos.

For the mgalvingreen.jpgore tech-savvy, Galvin Green specializes in the design and supply of high-performance apparel. Their Ventil8 polos are crafted from fibers engineered with unique properties that will never wash — or wear — out while drawing moisture away from the body to disperse it over a large area to promote rapid evaporation. Additional characteristics include a UV protection rating of 20+ and permanent antibacterial features for exceptional odor control. ($130+, www.trendygolf.com)

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eccoshoes.jpgSpeaking of odor control, Dad’s footwear could use a classy upgrade this year. ECCO has introduced a brand new golf lifestyle shoe that combines trend-setting silhouettes with remarkably premium materials and advanced technologies. Known as the Casual Hybrid, the shoes are highly water repellent and include the option for extra width through a special leather inlay sole. This sleek offering come in a sneaker ($160) and a brogue ($170) style, both models are perfect for on and off the course.

Anotherkentwoolsocks.jpg fatherly faux pas is the cotton tube sock look. This no longer has to be a fashion concession thanks to KENTWOOL whose socks ($20+) are made from a proprietary blend of superfine Merino wool and high-tech fibers for a luxuriously soft feel that also keeps feet dry and odor-free all day long. A blend of wool that was originally developed for U.S. Special Operations forces during the first Gulf War, the brand is made in the U.S.A. and worn on Tour by Masters champion Bubba Watson and scores of others.

arccos.jpgShifting to high-tech, on the top of every golfing Dad’s list this year is sure to be Arccos ($299). This brand new system consists of 14 Bluetooth sensors that attach to the grip end of a club and pair with the company’s free iPhone and Apple Watch apps. Once on the golf course, Arccos maps, measures, and records every shot taken, automatically capturing critical data on club distances, putts per round, greens hit in regulation, driving accuracy, and more to help players identify patterns and refine their strategies. Endorsed by FedEx Cup Champion Billy Horschel, Arccos instantly tracks shots in real-time so golfers can see specific stats and review performance during or after each round.

A new set of golf grips is the best way to make your Dad’s currentlamkinwhite.jpg clubs feel new again. Lamkin has been designing game-enhancing grips for 90 years and in 2015 they have put all their know-how into one superlamkin.jpgior model, the new Wrap-Tech ($4.99) featuring an exclusive Double Helix surface texture. The traditional wrap-style features a unique dual pattern design that provides enhanced control and slip-resistance, while delivering the perfect balance of comfort, control, and feel. Made with patented ACE material, Wrap-Tech is extraordinarily tacky and shock absorbing, making it perfect for all climates and conditions. Available in standard, midsize, or oversize options, the grips showcase a black base color with white, red, or blue detailing.

champ.jpgLet’s not forget the putter, perhaps the most important club in the bag. CHAMP has engineered their C1 putter grip ($17.99) from a soft, lightweight, and great-feeling polyurethane material offered in medium and large sizes to meet the market’s demand for thicker and more stable putter grips. By incorporating a familiar paddle design with an updated reminder-notch pattern, the C1 virtually eliminates wrist break-down for a more repetitive and consistent stroke. Two bold digi-camo color options, Old Glory and Rainforest, are sure to be the hot colorways this year.

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Chances are that whatever golf instruction Dad is currently consuming pales in comparison to what GolfTEC provides. With around 170 locations in the United States, this company offer customers with a variety of top-shelf services, including detailed and technologically driven swing analysis, comprehensive instruction on all aspects of the game, and finely-tuned club fitting services.

Proven to benefit players of all skillgoltec.jpg levels, GolfTEC works with each individual to create a comprehensive game plan tailored to their specific needs. The company pioneered a step-by-step plan that builds skills faster and provides lasting results. Instructors combine motion-measurement with launch monitors and video analysis for a clear understanding of what needs to be done to improve each player’s swing. It is a convenient and effective one-stop-shop for every game-improvement need.

maxblade.jpgSomething tells us that Dad could use a little more exercise this year. BIG MAX, the leading European push cart brand, has quickly gained popularity in the U.S. by offering walking golfers sleek, lightweight, and easy-to-fold push carts that come with accessories that suit the needs of every player. All models in the Blade family ($299) quickly and easily collapse into a five-inch profile and weigh less than 15 pounds for a minimal storage footprint. The easy-to-fold, lightweight design features an adjustable handle to facilitate an ergonomic walking position, leading to a healthier way to play golf.

Jack Nicklaus’ new golf ball lines ($28+) are Made-in-the-USA under his direct supervision and feature the industry’s highest quality tolerances. A uniqunicklaus.jpge color-coding system makes the selection process easy, as golfers simply select the same color — white, blue, black — that corresponds to the tee markers from which they normally play. A choice percentage of every dozen purchased is donated to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation to support pediatric programs and hospitals nationwide. Shipping and handling is free when ordered through Nicklaus.com.

DST.jpgThe greatest ball strikers in history have one thing in common, they are able to reach the optimal impact position consistently and maintain control of the club face after the ball has been struck. DST Golf took this knowledge and created the DST Compressor, a new warm-up club with a scientifically curved shaft club that replicates the shape of a normal shaft under maximum load. This gives golfers a set-up position that closely replicates the optimal impact position, which helps builds muscle memory of an address position and optimal movement through impact. Mastering these mechanics improves accuracy and consistency, ultimately lowering scores. The Compressor is used by more than 40 PGA Tour players to prepare on the range each week.


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If your father is the type to hit the links or spend the day watching the Tour players try to conquer Chambers Bay, here are a few golf gift ideas for Father's Day that are sure to hit the mark.
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