20 of the best golf gifts for the dad who never misses a tee time

If your dad would prefer to spend Father’s Day on the golf course or watching the U.S. Open, we’re here to make your gift shopping a hole in one. These golf gifts for Dad start at just $18, and whether you want to help him improve his shots with a rangefinder or step up his style with a new polo, there’s something on this list that he’ll love.

Consider what Dad appreciates about golf before you buy. Does he love competing and socializing with other golfers? Does he love the peace and quiet on the greens? Mastering a long iron shot into the wind? Once you know that, finding a good golf gift should be easier. For example, if he’s all about competition, a practice putting green may help him get a leg up on his next opponent. If he’s more about tossing back a few beers with friends, a golf-themed drinking game may be up his alley. And if all else fails, a gift card to a golf-lover’s paradise, the PGA Tour Superstore, is always a good bet.

Whatever you decide to gift your golf-loving dad this year, it’ll help him see how much he’s loved — and that alone could help him light up the course. As Arnold Palmer once said, “Success in this game depends less on strength of body than strength of mind and character.”


Flightpath’s durable plastic golf tees were designed to reduce spin, helping golfers get their best shot whether they’re going for distance, precision or both.

One five-star Amazon shopper said: “I love this tee. It has added at least 50 yards to my drive.”

$18 at Amazon

PGA Tour Superstore

Help him stay cool and comfortable with this PGA Tour performance polo. The moisture-wicking fabric is designed to help golfers stay cool during the longest, hottest rounds, and it offers UPF 15+ protection to protect against the sun’s UV rays.

$20 at PGA Tour Superstore

Uncommon Goods

If your favorite golfer doesn’t take their game too seriously, they might enjoy a tasty tipple on the greens. This game comes with 36 cards that offer a variety of challenges, and those who can’t complete the task take a drink. 

$20 at Uncommon Goods

Uncommon Goods

Who doesn’t love celebrating a good round with a chilled drink? These golf ball-inspired chillers keep drinks cool without watering them down. Simply hand wash them and put them in the freezer for four hours before placing them in a drink. They come with a small velvet bag for storing too. 

$24 at Uncommon Goods


This portable cleaner makes it easy to keep balls free of dirt, grass and sand so that Dad can sink more putts. 

“Many courses today have removed ball washers from the course,” said one Amazon customer. “Put this in the cup holder on the cart and clean away. Very useful for spring golf and wet courses.”

$26 at Amazon


This microfiber golf towel has a magnet on the end, making it a cinch to stick to the cart, clubs or any other metal surface. If he drops it, he can just hover his club over it to pick it up. The deep waffle grooves and absorbent material will help clean golf balls and clubs with ease. 

$27 at Amazon

Wear SPF

After a skin cancer scare, pro golfer Justin Thomas launched WearSPF, a line of sun care for the whole body. The Course Essentials set includes a bottle of SPF 50 spray, SPF 30 lip balm and an SPF 50 sport stick. Just remind your golfer to reapply every 80 minutes!

$28 at Wear SPF

PGA Tour Superstore

The 2024 U.S. Open takes place over Father’s Day weekend, and if your dad is glued to the TV, he’ll be proud to don this hat with the tournament’s iconic logo. It comes in light blue, white and navy. 

$35 at PGA Tour Superstore


Your favorite golfer can be ready for those last-minute tee times with this trunk organizer for golf shoes, hats, shirts, gloves, tees, balls and more. It’s also nice for any golfer who doesn’t want to pack up the car before each and every round.

$38 at Amazon

Uncommon Goods

Most golfers want to show their enthusiasm for the game even off the course. The set of golf-inspired barbecue tools includes a spatula, tongs and a fork with club-like grips and heads. 

“Gave this to my Dad as an early Father’s Day gift. He’s already grilled with them and says they’re great quality tools and the golf gimmick is fun!” said one shopper.

$40 at Uncommon Goods


Customize Dad’s golf balls with his nickname, company name, a special phrase or well wishes. Golfballs.com allows you to customize all sorts of brands, so take a look in his golf bag to see which ones are his faves.

$75 at Amazon


A little cold weather shouldn’t keep Dad off the course, but that doesn’t mean he needs to freeze. This compact heater can sit in a cup holder or the front of the cart to help keep his shoulders, knees and toes warm. 

$77 at Amazon


A rangefinder can help take the guesswork out of golf by providing precise distance measurements. This one also has a slope switch to make it tournament-legal when needed. While rangefinders can get pricey, this one is just $80 and has over 5,500 five-star Amazon from happy buyers.

$80 at Amazon


Help him keep his golf gear tidy with this handy organizer. It features a spot for up to two golf bags and loose clubs, as well as three shelves and a steel bin for holding golf balls. 

“It holds my golf bags nicely. They tilt back and don’t need any type of strap to hold them in place,” explained one Amazon shopper. “Very sturdy once it’s all put together. I love it!”

$99 at Wayfair


Golfers who enjoy the finer things in life know all about Peter Millar. The brand specializes in soft, quality clothing for golfing in style. This sweatshirt features contrast detailing at the zipper for an extra sporty look, and the stretchy, moisture-wicking material holds up on the course.

$135 at Nordstrom


Pro golfer Dustin Johnson endorses this helper — not too shabby. Let Dad practice putting at home or even in the office (we hope his office has a door). It has two holes for practicing precision, and it’s available in three different lengths.

$150 at Amazon


Serious golfers will never want to take this off. The Garmin Approach S12 provides yardages to the front, back and middle of the green, as well as to hazards and doglegs. Golfers can also use it to keep score and upload scores directly to the Garmin Golf app on their phone to participate in a weekly leaderboard. The watch comes pre-loaded with over 42,000 golf courses from around the world. 

$150 at Amazon


For golfers who have another hobby — pickleball — gift them this set of paddles featuring photos of Hole 7 at the Cabo Del Sol Golf Course in Cabo San Lucas and Hole 3 at the Mauna Kea Golf Course in Hawaii. Both pics were taken by famed photographer Gray Malin. The set includes two paddles and three balls. 

If you only need one paddle, you can purchase them individually.

$196 at Recess


Traveling with golf clubs isn’t easy, and it’s a little risky — so they better be protected from rough treatment. This hard-shell case has extra foam cushioning inside to make sure clubs don’t bend. It also has four multidirectional spinner wheels so it can be pushed or pulled with ease.

$210 at Macy’s

Ghost Golf

Ghost Golf is a newer brand in golf, but its bags are already widely acclaimed. Its Weekender Bag is super lightweight (only 4.1 pounds), has a three-way divider to hold up to eight clubs plus a putter, offers a magnetic pocket for holding a rangefinder and a customizable ball pocket. It’s also easy to carry with a padded strap or push-pull handle. It also has three insulated beverage pockets to keep drinks cold.

$215 at Ghost Golf

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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