Editor’s Picks: How to make your home a Golf Home
As the proud owner of a new 1-bedroom apartment/remote office, it has become glaringly apparent just how little golf deco I own. There’s the Whistling Straits 24×12 picture and the four leaderboard signs I stole from the Troon Open in 2016 that read: ZAK (E).
After that, no more golf stuff! It has to change, and thankfully I have a new apartment on which to enact the changes. A blank canvas, if you will, with hardwood floors and a lot of open wall space. So, how do I make it more golf-y? The same way you would, really. By diving into the internet for various bespoke golf home products.
This space is going to be my everything, where I lay my head down to sleep, but also where I write articles such as this one, and where I leap up off my couch when Spieth drains another 30-footer. So yeah, I’ll need some in-home training aids, too, so I can grind on my stroke during Zoom calls.
And then there’s the wall space, which requires some dressing. What will we want there — a shot of Pebble Beach or St. Andrews? A print of Jack and Arnie from the 60s? The options are endless. Follow along with my choices below to get you on the right path to making your home a golf home, too.
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Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer poster.
Callaway Short Game Set
Callaway Executive Putting
Lee Wybranski Major Print
Golf Gifts & Gallery Putting Trac System