gift ideas for golfers

Stocking Stuffers for the Golfer in Your Life

Whether you are looking for a small, affordable present to exchange with your golf-obsessed coworker at your company’s Secret Santa party, or need to stuff a stocking for that special golfer in your life – we’ve got you covered. Here is a list of our favorite golf gifts for the 2019 holiday season:

1. Golf Balls

Every golfer needs new golf balls regularly, which is why they make the perfect gift! Right now, Titleist ProV1x are all the rage and would surely bring a smile to your special golfer’s face. Titleist is referred to as the #1 ball in golf for a reason, and these Pro V1X balls are known for their soft feel, high trajectory and low long game spin. Any golfer would be thrilled to get a dozen of these under the tree!

Retailed originally at $52 per dozen on Titleist’s website.

Titleist ProV1 Balls

2. Golf Tees

Another item that is often needing to be replaced in a golfer’s bag is golf tees. During a round of golf, the tees often break or don’t get picked up every time, which after a while, can cause damage to the course’s lawn equipment or the wildlife in the area. Plastic tees never fully break down, they only break apart further into smaller pieces, and wooden tees take a long time to decompose and can require many slow-renewing resources to manufacture. Give your golfer the gift of sustainability this holiday season with biodegradable golf tees! There are many different brands to choose from as well as different materials – such as corn resin, bovine gelatin or bamboo – so browse the web and check out your options!

We like Consistent Tees biodegradable bamboo golf tees! They retail for $6.99 for a 10-pack of tees or get 4 of the 10-packs for just $20.97
ConsistentTees Biodegradable Golf Tees

3. Golf Ball Markers

Golf ball markers are a must have in a golfer’s arsenal, and what better way to show some thoughtful consideration this holiday season, than to personalize a marker to fit their style and personality! There are plenty of sites where you can add your own photo, message or initials (like at or you can find a marker with their favorite sports team on it! The options with this gift are truly endless and an awesome way to show you put a little extra time and thought into their gift.

This bottle opener divot tool with a personalized ball marker is listed for $12.95 on!

Personalized Bottle Opener/Divot Tool/Ball Marker

4. Golf Gum

Many people have noticed the phenomenon this past year of professionals on the course starting to chew gum while they play. Why, you ask? Studies have shown that chewing gum can help you focus and increase your concentration on certain tasks, especially those involving hand-eye coordination. There have also been studies shown that if you consume a moderate dose of caffeine before and during a round of golf, it has the potential to lower your handicap. Caffeine has also been shown to help with reducing fatigue and improving reaction times. When you combine the science of chewing (to focus) and caffeine (for performance) and apply it to golf, you’ve got a recipe for a win!

Golf Gum® keeps it simple – Chew like a pro, lower your score. With about 80mg of natural caffeine inside a long-lasting, delicious chewing gum, Golf Gum® can help keep your special golfer focused and energized on and off the course!

Try a 5-Sleeve of Golf Gum® for just $16.80 (plus any applicable taxes) by using discount code STOCKING for 20% off retail price! *Offer ends 12/25/2019

5. Golf Kicks

This year give the golfer in your life the gift of choice! Golf Kicks make it possible to turn most any shoe into a golf cleat by adding removable traction to the sole. This way, style and comfort are no longer sacrificed on the course and golfers can wear whatever they would like while they play. You may have even seen them do a deal on Shark Tank just recently!

Golf Kicks makes traction kits for adults starting at $32.00 and offer an assortment of colors! 

Golf Kicks Cleats


Disclaimer: Golf Gum® is not affiliated with any of the other brands mentioned in this article. There have been no paid partnerships, sponsorships or brand mentions.
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