Best golf gifts for junior golfers: The 8 best things to buy for junior players
Looking for all the right stuff for your aspiring Tiger, Dustin or Rory? Then read up, because here are the best gifts for junior golfers. For more golfy gift ideas, visit our “Best Of Everything” hub.
Give Me a Beat
Beats by Dre Solo3
Fun colors, big-time battery life. The Beats by Dre Solo3 are the company’s first Apple-influenced offering. The sporty, over-the-ear headphones deliver deep base and crisp treble in wireless and wired mode. With nine color patterns to choose from, there’s a Solo3 set perfect for any young fashionista. The 40-hour battery life is a lifesaver on long trips when kids (and adults) invariably forget the charging cord. The fold-up design and case also protect the investment. No active noise-cancelling feature, no problem: letting some noise in means safety first for the young ones.
U.S. Kids Golf Ultralight Complete Set
Changing the way youngsters play the game, the U.S. Kids Golf Ultralight Complete Set is super lightweight and matched to kids’ skill levels, size and swing speeds. Sets range from six to 11 clubs, driver through putter. Irons with wider soles and lower centers of gravity create higher launch angles.
Team Golf USA ball markers
Take your kid’s love for their favorite team to the links with these sporty ball markers. Team Golf has other fan gear to rock on the course, too, with its headcovers, tees, logoed balls and more (licensed through the various leagues). Help your kid show they’re the ultimate fan.
$15 (Set of 3)
Be Like Tiger
If your youngster likes animals (what kid doesn’t?) you better visit Daphne’s Headcovers. They are responsible for creating and still supplying the Tiger that Woods uses to sheath his driver. If your girl or boy has a different favorite animal, Daphne’s offers 175 different critters.
Okay, so it’s not really a golf product per se, but the Bumbo Seat is the ultimate way to get your junior exposed to the game really early — like before they can walk. It’s a soft, comfortable baby seat that’s easy to travel with and sits right on the ground. Your little one will fit snug and upright on the range, mesmerized by watching you stripe balls.
A Wee Set
The Littlest Golfer training clubs
Get your future pro loving the game with these lightweight training clubs from The Littlest Golfer. They’re available for boys and girls in two different sets (18 month-3 years; 3-5 years). Each set is made up of driver, 7-iron and putter, along with a golf bag, alignment rod, foam balls and an instructional DVD.
That’ll Leave a Mark
My Ball Stamp EZ
The My Ball Stamp EZ is pretty self-explanatory. The self-inking, quick-dry stamp presses easily onto a golf ball so your kid can leave a personal mark. The best part? It lasts for up to 1,500 uses.
Be Like Mike?
Nike Roshe Jr. shoes
The same top-of-the-line technology available in adult Nike’s is replicated for littles with the Roshe Jr. pint-size, premium shoes. A breathable mesh upper gives the shoe a modern look, complemented by a soft, flexible foam midsole and spikeless outsole. Plus, it’s available in five youthful colors.
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