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Golf Gift Ideas: Valentine’s Day Edition

Ah, love is in the air. Can you smell it? Probably not. If you’re like most people in America right now, your nose is stopped up or running like a faucet. Gotta love flu season. Even if you can’t smell the roses, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. At Golf Club Brokers, we’ve done the leg work and picked the perfect pair of golf gift ideas for you to give your loved one this year.

Driver Drink Dispenser

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Worried that your loved one isn’t hydrating enough out on the course? Worry no more. This 48 oz insulated beverage dispenser has got you covered. It can be filled with any beverage of choice and will stayed chilled or warm for all 18 rounds. Perfect way to keep the juices flowing and save a few bucks.


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What goes in must come out.

It’s the 12th hole and the Driver Drink Dispenser is near empty. All that sweet tea had to go somewhere. Now your loved one needs somewhere to go too. Unfortunately, most golf courses do not have a solution to this dilemma. Worry no more. Developed by a urologist, the UroClub offers a discrete way to keep your loved ones from jail time for indecent exposure. For now it only comes in a one size fits all model.


Hold on, Wait a Minute:

Thinking maybe those aren’t quite the perfect gifts you were imagining? Instead of gifting them another #1 Golf Dad tie or a golf bag shaped pen holder, let us suggest a few more things.

  1. Golf Lessons: Whether we want to admit it or not, every golfer could benefit from a lesson or two. Before you sign your loved one up for lessons though, do a little research. Don’t just take hire the first instructor that comes up in a search. Call your local course or one of your significant others golf partners and get a recommendation.
  1. Golf Morning Out: If you have kids, it can be difficult to find the time to do some of the things that you never thought twice about before they were around. Offer to watch the kids or cover another one of their responsibilities to ensure they have time to play a round or two.
  1. Golf accessory: A new box of balls or a new glove can also make a great gift. It’ll get a lot more use than the tie or pen holder. If you’re not sure what balls or glove to get, just check your loved one’s bag to see what they play with. Keep the receipt just in case.


No matter what you decide to give as a gift this Valentine’s Day, we hope that you and your loved one have a great time!  If you’ve ever given a strange or awful gift, or if you’ve ever received one, please let us know in the comments below.


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