5 excellent cigars for the golf course we recommend for the holidays


A sweet cigar is as much a part of golf as clubs, balls and tees.

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Happy holidays from GOLF.com, your one-stop shop when it comes to looking for gifts for the golfer in your life. (Or yourself. We won’t tell.) This year, we’ve compiled the best of the best to make your shopping experience a breeze. Not only will we recommend our favorite products, we’ll tell you where to buy them. For more holiday gift ideas, visit our Best Of Everything hub, or browse GOLF’s Pro Shop.

Charles Barkley, back in May, had just announced the second Match. He said he would play in a third. On two conditions. 

“Listen, as long as I can drink and smoke when I play golf, I’m good,” Barkley said on The Dan Patrick Show. “I’m going to have some drinks and some stogies. I’m not going to be overly concerned about how good or bad I play.”

A sweet cigar is as much a part of golf as clubs, balls and tees. Which would make giving one (or a box) this Christmas as thoughtful as gifting a driver or a box of Pro V1s. Below are five of the best to unwrap.

5 excellent cigars to buy for the golf course

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Opus X Fuente Fuente

$41.40 (single)
According to bespokeunit.com, this cigar’s “harmonious flavors of exotic woods and spices are extremely pleasant even when digging around in the rough.”
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Perdomo Champagne Super Toro

$207.99 (box)
According to famous-smoke.com, Perdomo Champagne cigars are “an all-Nicaraguan blend rolled in a fetching Ecuador Connecticut wrapper that smokes with nut and coffee notes and lands with an easy finish.”
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E.P. Carrillo Encore Majestic

$108.99 (box)
According to hiconsumption.com, the E.P. Carrillo Encore Majestic “offers golfers a wide range of flavors for the course like earthy, black tea and sweet caramel with a finishing hint of sharp citrus and orange oils.”
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Alec Bradley Black Market Esteli Churchill

$183.50 (box)
According to bespokeunit.com, the Alec Bradley Black Market Esteli is “particularly suited to golfing in hot and dry climates, as the blend is composed of thick and oily tobacco that won’t degrade under the sun.”
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Davidoff Millennium Piramides

$258.99 (box)
According to famous-smoke.com, a Davidoff Millennium cigar is “blended from hearty, vintage Dominican tobaccos in an Ecuadorian sun-grown wrapper leaf, and rewards the senses.”
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Nick Piastowski

Golf.com Editor