Does your father already have everything? Not if he is a golfer, he doesn’t. A golfer’s kit is never complete. There is always a useful piece of equipment to make his journey round the course that little bit more enjoyable and practical. These Father’s Day gifts are the things he never knew he needed in his golfing life.
Father’s Day is on the third Sunday in June. This year it falls on the 20th. We have hand picked the golf gifts most likely to be appreciated by golfing dads. They are also pretty useful things to have out on the golf course and when practicing at home, so if he golfs a lot he will think of you more often as he uses them!
Father’s Day Golf Gifts
For this Father’s Day we are stocking:
- Training aids for improving swing, eyeline, driving distance and putting accuracy
- Tools for the little tasks that non-golfers don’t know about, like replacing divots, cleaning club faces, counting strokes and picking up balls from the green, fairway or rough
- Home golf sets and tools for back garden practice
- Golf novelty items just for fun
- Accessories like bags, towels
- Practice balls
- Desktop golf games for the office or home
Head over to https://www.putterfingers.com/collections/fathers-day-gifts to see the whole collection of brilliant golfing Father’s Day gifts! Here are our top five from the range.
The ideal home putting training tool for indoors and outdoors. Improves not only accuracy but putt weight as well with its slope just before the cup. The cup is a bit smaller than regulation to really hone accuracy, there are two hazards to avoid and the ball is automatically returned to the player when it goes in the hole. An all-in-one putting trainer for use in between visits to the golf club.
A swing trainer that helps to perfect wrist alignment at the moment the club face strikes the ball. The golfer stops when the club strikes the bag and checks hand alignment. Prevents a common problem called ‘flipping the wrists’ at the moment of impact.
A Swiss army knife for the golfer in your life. Includes a 35mm knife, divot repairer, club head brush, pitchfork/ball marker, mini pen and key ring.
Practicing the feel of chipping is crucial to staying sharp on the golf course. This practice net pops up anywhere in seconds and has target pockets for honing accuracy. You might need to call him in for tea when he’s in the garden with this – he’ll be addicted!
This popular device projects a laser line onto the putting surface that provides visual feedback to help keep the club head swinging straight. Allows the correction of multiple errors in putting form.