You might think it’s impossible to get a golfing Dad more than a gift card for his favorite golf gear when you’ve got a limited budget, but that’s simply not the case. There are lots of useful golfing tools, accessories and apparel that he’ll use for years in your price range. So, here we go — your golfing gift guide for under $25.
Gadgets are a great choice for Father’s Day — especially when you can pick them up with a discount at 3balls.com. Come on by and see what we’ve got to offer in laser rangefinders, GPS rangefinders and swing analyzers before the big day arrives.
Of all the people on your shopping list, Dad may be the most difficult to buy for — so we’ve put together this great gift guide to help save Father’s Day for everybody. Instead of settling for a gift card…
Vokey wedges are beautiful things, created by folks who know their way around a hazard. When you match the unmistakable technological superiority of the SM5s with the classic performance of a set of Titleist irons, your game’s bound to change dramatically.
Experienced weekend golfers often shy away from game improvement clubs, but fairways like the TaylorMade Jetspeeds could be your secret weapon to fewer strokes and more yards. Read on to find out what makes them so special.
Even though your golfing buddies buy their clubs online all the time, you’re still hesitant to make the leap. Maybe it’s because you’re not exactly sure what retailers mean when they say a club is “open box” or why the photos on the website don’t exactly match the clubs you get. Let’s clear up some common golf terminology in this article.
The Titleist 913H hybrids were clubs to be reckoned with. Hot off the tee and explosive from the deck, these hybrids were the answer to many golfer’s secret wishes. Does the introduction of the 915s with their active recoil channels represent a giant leap in technology for an already amazing club, or is it just another baby step to something better?
Callaway releases a new series of clubs every year (or less) like clockwork, which means there are tons and tons of used clubs out there up for grabs. You can take advantage of new club release fever with great prices on used Callaway clubs at 3balls.com.
Most players who are struggling with their irons turn to hybrids to save their game, but there is another way. Give TaylorMade’s RocketBladez game improvement irons a try and see what your game has been missing.
Buying used golf clubs online gives you access to an incredible collection of clubs from every manufacturer under the sun. Still, many golfers are hesitant to give it a try because of their fear of getting more (or less) than they bargained for. As long as the site you’re shopping has a solid reputation and well-designed rating system, there’s no fear of ending up with surprises.