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.

Callaway X-Tech Golf Glove

$13.99
It’s not a terrible idea to wear gloves more often these days, and they are obviously beneficial on the golf course too. Make sure yours is fresh, will protect your hand and also help you grip your clubs. Win-win.
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Buy 3, Get 1 Free Titleist 2019 Pro V1 Double Number Personalized Golf Balls

$47.99/dozen
If you need to stock up on balls and are looking for a personalized touch, then this deal is for you. Buy three boxes of Titleist 2019 Pro V1 Double Number golf balls and get the fourth box free. All come with the aforementioned personalization.
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Maxfli Golf Bag Cooler

$29.99
There’s a good chance your clubhouse might not be open quite yet. Fear not! Buy this handy cooler and come prepared with a couple of snacks and cold drinks. Technically this product isn’t on sale, but it is a part of a deal. If you buy a club you get 20 percent off a bag or accessory (like this one). But it’s still a good price regardless.
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Sun Mountain 2019 3.5 LS Stand Golf Bag

$150.98
New season, new bag? This one from Sun Mountain is nearly $100 off, has seven pockets and, best yet, weighs just 3.5 pounds.
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Bushnell Tour v4 Patriot Pack Laser Rangefinder

$249.98
This Bushnell rangefinder has five-times magnification and is accurate within a yard up to 1,000 yards away. Some courses aren’t allowing caddies yet, so if you’re playing one make sure you have one of these.
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Maxfli Groover Brush

$15.99
Remember that no caddie part? You might need to clean your own clubs. Buy one of these. You’ll be happy you did. Plus, it will last you a decade.
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TravisMathew Men’s Upgrade Golf Polo

$52.50
First tee time of the year? Grab a new TravisMathew golf polo. This one is wrinkle-resistant and has a stretchy fit to maximize comfort and flexibility when you swing.
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TaylorMade 2019 TP5 Pix Golf Balls (Prior Generation)

$29.99/dozen
Multi-colored with a durable soft-tough cover and five-piece construction, these balls are eye-catching and perform on the course. They are also $15 off for a dozen. Rickie Fowler likes these. You should too.
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Nike Durasport 4 Golf Shoes

$49.99
Lightweight and designed to maximize comfort and traction, these Nike kicks are water-resistant and have six removable spikes. Hard to beat that price too.
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Pride Sports Golf Tees (135-Pack)

$9.99
We’re trying to be safer in public and on the golf course these days, so don’t spend time looking for broken tees on the tee box. Buy your own. They are cheap and will last several summers anyway.
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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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