10 discounted (and practical) items to buy for your return to the golf course

A collection of golf items to buy.

If you need to re-stock on golfy items for this summer, here's a good place to start.

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More and more golf courses are beginning to reopen across the United States, and that’s good news for everyone.

Courses are being conscious of what’s going on in the world, too, and social-distancing measures have been put into place to make sure everyone enjoys the game in a safe way. That said, there are things every golfer needs to begin their season, and some are even more important when it comes to today’s safety measures.

That’s where this sale from Dick’s Sporting Goods comes in handy. Dick’s is having a huge deal right now, with a one-day flash sale (up to 50 percent off) on tons of golf gear today only, and many other items are on sale into the weekend. Check it out for yourself or, better yet, browse the 10 products we picked out below that are all practical, affordable and can help your game when you lock in that next tee time. And if you miss the sale, don’t worry. Save this checklist of must-haves and stock up when the time is right.

The product(s) featured in this article has been independently selected by GOLF.com’s editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn a small commission.

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Berhow is the managing editor at GOLF.com, the site’s primary homepage editor and the edit team’s on-site lead during major-tournament weeks. He plans the site’s daily coverage, marquee story placement and long-term content rollout for magazine pieces and special projects. He writes for both the website and magazine, edits and assigns stories. Berhow also contributes to podcasts and appears on camera for a variety of digital programming. The Minnesota native attended Minnesota State in Mankato.