Father’s Day is this Sunday in case you’d forgotten and being golf lovers, we all love a golf gift. Here’s a few ideas from Australian golf to forward on to your kids or to keep in mind for your father. There is also nothing stopping you from just treating yourself.
Personalised golf clubs
|Personalised wedges from Lind Golf|
Lind Golf is Australian owned and produce their own range of great golf clubs (previously reviewed on Aussie Golfer). You can design and order your own personalised golf clubs online in a matter of minutes. How about a wedge with your Dad’s initials on it? Check out Lind Golf for all the options and information.
Tickets to see Tiger Woods
Tiger is back in Australia this November for the 2010 Australian Masters in Melbourne. Sergio Garcia, Camilo Villegas and a whole raft of Aussies including Geoff Ogilvy are joining him at the Victoria Golf Club. Tickets are still available.
If you can’t get to Melbourne, grab some tickets to the Australian Open at The Lakes in Sydney to see Adam Scott, Geoff Ogilvy and Greg Norman in November or really treat Dad and get him tickets to the Australian PGA Championship at Coolum in December. I’ve been to Coolum and it is a golfers dream.
Golf Australia magazine and Australian Golf Digest are well worth the subscription. Both have pretty good yearly subscriptions deals on at the minute.
Last minute balls
I’ve always thought the Srixon Z-Star golf balls were pretty good. PowerGolf have them for $59 dozen online.
The $39 Callways Tour i’s are a good deal from The Golf Clearance Outlet, but their vouchers are easy to purchase if you’re not so sure.
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