11 luxurious golf items for stylish golfers
Some find luxury in a price tag, while others find it in personal style and others in comfort. This list, however, is a blend of various luxury goods most golfers fawn over. These styles range from quiet to loud, classic to modern, with innovation in each feature. So scroll through this list of swanky shoes, lavish golf carts, stunning golf bags, a sophisticated home simulator and more.
Swanky golf shoes
This Jordan design was a special request from MJ himself and is a collaboration with East Side Golf. From the green elephant print on the heel to the overall classic golf shoe style, these shoes have a cool vibe about them. The “Change 1961” theme pays homage to those who paved the way for equal rights during the civil rights movement — a specific reference to the brave Freedom Riders who protested to desegregate interstate travel.
A beautiful pair of shoes with a powerful message — it’s no wonder MJ wanted to make these shoes happen. Check out the Jordan ADG 4 x Eastside Golf golf shoes below, or tap here to shop now.
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Jordan ADG 4 x Eastside Golf
Or check out these from FootJoy, which boast a look that’s both traditional and modern.
FootJoy Traditions Men’s Golf Shoe
Sheesh. This is a good-looking shoe. G/Fore’s Gallivanter Luxe Leather Sole Split Toe is available in this classy deep espresso brown color. Sophisticated, gorgeous.
G/FORE Gallivanter Luxe Leather Sole Split Toe Golf Shoe
These Ecco golf shoes are super comfy, but they’re only available in sizes up to 13.5. They are created with a melded insole and outsole which means the shoe is all one piece. With no seams or glue holding these shoes together at the sole, they’re ultimately secure from the elements. If you like the shoes shown below, you should also take a look at the Erik Van Rooyen Edition of the Ecco Men’s Golf Biom H4.
Ecco Men’s Golf Biom C4 Shoe
Lavish golf carts
Golf carts don’t always have to be exclusively for playing golf. Like this street-legal Bintelli six-seater, which is equipped with side mirrors and LED turn signals. It also features a 13-inch high-resolution infotainment center, and this high-end golf cart will be available for purchase in April.
And how about an electric push cart that can transport your clubs via a small remote control? Less pushing will keep you feeling fresh for your next shot.
It also has a long battery life; you’ll only need to charge the Bagboy Volt Electric Cart every 36 holes. It even folds up super compact for easy storage and transportation. Try this smart cart tech, which is available in black and red or silver and black.
BAG BOY Volt Electric Cart
Stunning golf bags
You can’t go wrong with a MacKenzie golf bag of any kind. If you know you know, and now you know.
Miura MacKenzie Original Walker Bag Leather
A quiet-toned luxury that exudes stature. Attractive. Enough said.
Vessel Prime Staff Bag
You can also order G/Fore bags with custom embroidery (monogram or last name) for an additional $25. Tap here to view embroidery options.
G/fore Transporter Tour Carry Bag
Or, maybe this black bandana print is more your style? It’s loud but luxurious nonetheless. This bag will make a statement on the course.
G/fore Saffiano Bandana Print Tour Golf Bag
Sophisticated home simulators
And if you really want to get extravagant — or just want to improve your game at home — impress all your guests by installing a sophisticated simulator in your home. Quite the elegant flex. This at-home simulator is what golf-at-home dreams are made of.
Foresight GC3 Essentials Plus Bundle
You can opt to set up a full simulation area in your home, or you can even take this portable machine to the driving range if you’d like to receive your instant feedback with some fresh air.
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