Golf gift guide, holiday season 2021: Gears, clubs and data-driven tech dominate this winter
It’s the holiday season, which means it’s time for the golfer in your life to start stocking up for 2022. Golfing has thrived over the past few years, especially the outdoors, and we’ve summed it up. assemble an amazing collection of tools, accessories and products that will be a delight for anyone obsessed with the game.
Not all of these are specific to playing a round of golf, but they are all built by companies that care about the game and want to make playing more enjoyable. Check out Part 1 of our golf holiday gift guide!
Mizzen + Leeward Dress Main Shirt ($125): Phil Mickelson is right, the shirts are very good. While this is not a golf-specific product, it still fits very well and has probably become my favorite shirt I own. Could not recommend higher.
Rapsodo Mobile Launch Monitor ($399): This is a great alternative to the overpriced launch screens that the pros use that none of us can afford. It takes your iOS device and measures things like distance, club speed, ball speed and launch angle. All in one compact, portable, easy-to-use device. The Rapsodo Mobile Launch Screen is $100 off on Amazon, the Rapsodo website, and at retailers for the rest of December.
Lululemon Down Fr It All Hoodie ($195): Lulu has recently taken a bigger hit in the golf world, and I’m happy about that. A lot of my friends wear their stuff to go out – some joggers and polo in particular – and this jacket fits that category too. Roomy enough to swing but warm enough and enough to keep you comfortable for the entire round. I didn’t find much from Lululemon that I wouldn’t recommend, but this particular product is next level.
Goodr Back 9 Blackout ($25): There’s a lot to like about Goodr sunglasses, and these are my favorites of the many I’ve tried. They fit great, don’t fall out while you’re playing, and – perhaps best of all – they’re only $25 so you don’t feel terrible when (surely) stepping on them. I’ve enjoyed all the golf glasses Goodr has made lately.
Callaway White Hot OG # 7S Stroke Lab Putter ($270): I recently switched to this putter, and it is an absolutely fantastic piece of equipment. I’m a huge fan of heavier putts and have even played longer putts in the past to get this heavy feel. This one delivers on that front, and is – in my opinion – the nicest of all the White Hot putters Callaway makes. I’ve really loved the feel of it in the time I’ve spent on the course since it arrived.
Linksoul Kirkwall Down Vest ($150): Linksoul has been a part of me for a while, and their stuff is easy to love. I’ve absolutely worn this vest this fall both on and off the field. Their products are superbly crafted and specially made for those of us who absolutely love the game. That’s what’s important to them. Other companies may make golf products, but Linksoul is a golf company that happens to make products and you can see how their clothing designs.
Link TRUE True Knit II ($140): I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I wear these shoes even when I don’t play golf. The rubber spikes on them are small enough that most people wouldn’t know that I was walking to the coffee shop in my golf shoes, and who could understand why someone would. That’s the comfortable way of kicking TRUE Links. A winner on and off the golf course.
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