There are a bunch of juicy Cyber Monday golf deals floating around, everything from custom putters to gadgets that can help your game. Traditionally, people like to make big purchases on Black Friday weekend, but there are lots of opportunities to snag some good golf deals on Monday, too. So, get your credit card ready and let’s run through some of my favorite discounts:
1. Custom TaylorMade Putter
In the market for a new putter? TaylorMade is running a Cyber Monday sale on its MySpider X putters, which allow you to customize their designs with a variety of different colors and sight-lines.
2. Collector’s Putter
Ping 50th Anniversary Anser KS
Maybe you’re looking for something more traditional. Enter the 50th anniversary edition of Ping’s legendary Anser putter, which is on sale at Dick’s Sporting Goods. It may be a bit pricey, but who knows, it could be worth much more one day.
3. Tiger Woods hat
NIKE TW Aerobill Classic 99 Hats
This is a proper steal. Under $25 for a custom-fit Tiger Woods-replica mesh hat, perfect for any Tiger Woods fan? Excuse me while I go snag one for myself.
Bushnell Pro XE Rangefinder
Cyber Monday is a great time to make big purchases that you’ve had your eye on for a while. Rangefinders fall neatly into that category, like this Bushnell Pro XE, which you can save $50 on. It guarantees accuracy within one yard from 500 yards away.
6. Golf Balls
Titleist 2019 Pro V1 Personalized Golf Balls
Every golfer needs golf balls, usually in a never-ending supply. So, have some foresight this Cyber Monday and stock up on some pellets for next season.
Bose Quiet Comfort 35
I’m a big headphones-wearer when I’m practicing. I’m a big headphones-wearer in general, actually, which is why these Bose beauties caught my eye. They’ve got all the dressings: They’re noise-cancelling, Bluetooth enabled and perfect for your range sessions.
8. New Driver
Callaway Epic Flash
Why not go all-in this Cyber Monday and order a new driver? There are no shortage to choose from, but you can get a Custom Callaway Epic Flash at Dick’s with free shipping for under $550.
9. Game-Improvement App
Golf Logix App
Full disclosure up front: Golf Logix is owned by the same parent company as GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com, but I’ve been using Golf Logix all season and can honestly say I’ve thoroughly the convenience and accuracy of the app, especially if you’re a golfer who (like me) prefers to keep their phone close while they play.
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