Last week, we implored you to heed the warnings and start doing your holiday shopping early this season because supply-chain issues are going to make things tough on retailers and shipping is a nightmare.
We also gave you some awesome ideas for gifts that will make your time on the course more fun, so if you missed it, check out Part I of the 2021 Golfweek Holiday Gift guide. This week we bring you Part II, which is packed with accessories and lifestyle items that will make any golf lover a little more jolly.
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Sure, it was made to hold a scorecard and a pencil, but off the course, the Crenshaw will carry your cash, credit cards and provide you with a notepad and journal to capture your thoughts. Over the years, as the chestnut-tanned leather ages, this scorecard holder will look better and better. (From $110 at bluegrassfairway.com)
Holiday’s books on stoicism have not only become New York Times bestsellers, but they have also become favorites of elite golfers too. (Rory McIlroy is a huge fan.) This is the first book in a new series on the cardinal virtues, courage. (From $25 at penuinrandomhouse.com)
Hanging one of these by the chimney with care will let everyone know you are wishing for birdies next year. (From $60 at crabandcleek.com)
This is not canned ice coffee; cold brew takes much longer to produce but creates a smoother, less acidic drink. No sugar is added, and neither are any preservatives. Two-day priority shipping in a temperature-controlled thermal package is included in the price. (From $56 for eight cans at goodwalkcoffee.com)
Made using a heavy-duty, waterproof tarpaulin material, this duffle bag can hold tons of clothing and gear, but also has backpack straps to free up your hands. A side zipper pocket can give you quick access to your stuff. (From $165 at jonessportsco.com)
For the past 13 years, Lee Wybranski has been making the official poster for the U.S. Open, and even if you were not at Torrey Pines last June, you can still get one. Featuring the iconic fourth hole, complete with paragliders, pine trees and flowers, it is a colorful image that will look great on any golfer’s wall. Several past U.S. Opens and USGA events are also still available. (From $30-$395 at leewybranski.com)
Some of the coolest golf art around lets everyone know you love the game without showing a scenic view or a resort logo. This print, which can be purchased framed or by itself, is a fantastic nod to knee knockers. (From $29.99-149.99 at lieandloft.com)
The trendy maker of high-quality accessories and hand-forged metal pieces has a new family of clubhead covers that pays homage to man’s best friend. Made from fine leather, the Dog Pound covers feature Huskys, Boston Terriers, Labrador Retrievers and other popular pooches. A portion of each cover sold will go to the Oregon Humane Association. (From $115-$145 at seamusgolf.com)
After a year of staying home, we started traveling again in 2021. Stitch’s Ultimate Garment Bag (UGB) is perfect for weekend getaways, business trips and golf outings. It up-zips to handle everything you want to bring, including a sports jacket, then zips back into a stylish duffle bag. (From $318 at stitchgolf.com)
Inspired by the nine-hole course that has been on Golfweek’s Best course lists since 2016, Sweetens Cove’s newest release blends a four, six and 16-year-old Tennessee bourbons into a mixture that is spicy and oaky at the start, then melts into flavors of citrus fruit and honey. Available in Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas, Louisiana, Indiana and South Carolina. (From $200 at sweetenscovespirits.com)