Father’s Day gifts: 9 great ideas under $50 for golf-loving dads

The best golf gifts for dad under $50.

Need an affordable golf gift for Father's Day? Try one of these.

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Father’s Day is approaching fast, but don’t fret if you haven’t picked out the perfect gift just yet. GOLF.com recently published this massive list of items any golf-loving dad would enjoy, but we have plenty of more ideas.

This list, for example, consists of nine great and affordable gifts for golf lovers. The key word here: affordable. While you can’t go wrong with a nice new driver or fancy golf bag, sometimes that’s just not in the budget, or sometimes dad doesn’t want it or doesn’t want you to spend that much. That’s where this list comes in. We compiled good books, practical on-course (and off-course) items, fashionable apparel and more. So scroll down, find something you like and be stoked that you actually got your gift ahead of time. For once.

9 Father’s Day gifts under $50 for golf-loving dads

Linksoul The Hawk T-Shirt

$35
The Hawk, Ben Hogan, in a simple and comfortable shirt. Make your pops the coolest one on the block.
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Yeti Rambler 20 Ounce

$29.99
Those who own Yetis swear by their uncanny ability to keep drinks cold or hot. They are dishwasher friendly and the perfect gift for golf dads on the go.
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Seamus Golf Hand Forged NCAA Ball Marker

$35
The folks at Seamus Golf have all sorts of cool goodies to gift or buy for yourself, but it’s hard to deny the practicality of an eye-catching ball mark. Seamus has a ton of steel markers with the logos of top pro teams and colleges. Still not satisfied? There’s plenty more to browse through.
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FootJoy RainGrip Golf Gloves

$21.99
Here’s an item golfers don’t always seem to own until they need it in the moment, and then it’s often too late. If you’ve never done it, playing golf in the rain with a quality set of rain gloves gives you a surprisingly strong grip on your club. You’ll like them so much you’ll hope the rain never stops.
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The Match: The Day the Game of Golf Changed Forever

$16.99
Widely considered one of the top golf books ever written, author Mark Frost takes you behind the epic 1956 match between pros Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan and amateurs Harvie Ward and Ken Venturi.
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Callaway Short Game Set

$49.99
Keep your game sharp this summer without even leaving your backyard (or, if it’s big enough, your basement). This short-game set has a hitting mat, chipping net, practice balls and aiming targets. It collapses and stores just as easy as it sets up.
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Swiftwick Socks

$38.22/3-Pack
Swiftwick Socks makes comfortable and breathable performance socks for athletes in virtually every sport, and the Maxus is one of the brand’s top-selling golf socks. It’s also great for running and comes is several different colors and fits.
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Titleist Tour Performance Legacy Collection Hat

$28
If your dad plays golf, he likely wears hats, and you can never have enough hats. This one from Titleist is stretchy and fits all sizes.
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Sun Mountain 68″ USA Umbrella

$49.99
Umbrellas are funny. If play a lot of golf, it’s bound to come in handy, yet few people actually buy themselves umbrellas. That’s where you come in. Buy this patriotic Sun Mountain model and dad will thank you every rainy day on the links from here on out.
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