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Golf bag. David swears by this bag! It’s got an insulated cooler that holds 6-8 drinks!
Gloves. I mean, come on now. Do blisters sound pleasant?! Get him some gloves.
Golf balls. David swears by the SuperSoft golf balls by Callaway.
Golf shoes. Golf shoes are made to help keep your feet planted when you’re swinging a club.
Divot tool. You need one of these to fix the green -ball lands in the green, ball leaves indention, divot tool fixes indention.
Golf cleaning brush. This brush is used to sweep all of the dirt/grass from the golf clubs.
Golf tees. It doesn’t matter the brand, a tee is a tee.
Golf ball holder. Carry balls on the side of your bag instead of having to dig through your bag for all of your balls.
Golf towel. Dry your ball, club, hands after washing them or fetching them from wet grass, etc. etc.
A golf ball marker to help when there are multiple people putting, he can put his marker down under his ball & get the ball out of the other people’s way. I ordered this one for David because it made me laugh.
Shirts. Polos for the fancier courses. Regular tees for the less fancy courses. Some golf course have stricter dress codes than others. I’ve linked a few different shirts below.
Shorts/pants. Now I’m a firm believer that nobody should go golfing in jeans so again, I’ve linked a few pants/shorts below.