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Golf Gifts for Women: 2023 Holiday Guide

Three great golf gifts for women.

More and more women are getting into golf, and the market for quality golf products for women has exploded. Options have never been more plentiful when it comes to getting the women in your life a holiday gift, but that can make it even harder to decide what to get.

To make things easier, we have created the ultimate guide to golf gifts for women. We will go over what to prioritize for the golfer in your life no matter where they are in their golf journey and what gifts work no matter what golfer you’re getting them for.

This will include the best gifts for:

  • Women who are new to golf
  • Women with some golf experience
  • Women with years of golf experience
  • Women of all experience levels

Let’s dive into each and figure out the best gift for your favorite golfer this holiday season.

Best Golf Gifts for Women New to Golf

Beginner players have different needs than those with more experience. Much of their golf journey is still up in the air, and gifts that can help them improve quickly can potentially improve many years of their life that they will spend playing the sport. This is the most exciting time to get a great golf gift for a woman in your life, as the value they will get out of it will compound with every round they play afterward.

As a result, we will focus on some basic golf training aids and comfort items that newer golfers may not have yet. These will improve their experience on the course and when they are practicing at the range. Some can even give them a way to practice at home when they don’t have the time to make a trip to a golf course.
Here are some of our recommended gifts for women new to golf:

Alignment Rods Alignment rods are the most fundamental training aid in golf, and they help align a golfer’s stance and improve their swing path.
Putting Mat A good mix of practicality and fun, a putting mat allows newer golfers to practice straight puts from their home or office.
Swing Trainer Swing trainers cover a wide variety of tools that you swing in place of a golf club to help work on specific aspects of a golf swing, like tempo, swing path, and swing speed. For women who golf, check out the SuperSpeed Golf Women’s Training System to improve swing speed effectively.
Shag Tube/Bag A shag tube or bag is a container that holds 15 or more golf balls and makes it easier to pick them all up at the park, chipping/putting green, or anywhere else you like to practice. These make practice so much easier and more convenient, and most new golfers won’t have them yet.
Ball Retriever New golfers lose a lot of balls, and having a ball retriever to get them out of challenging places can make golfing more comfortable and much more affordable.
Golf Apparel Everyone needs golf clothes, but new golfers will be especially appreciative since they likely won’t have as many outfits as those with more experience.
Golf Bag While many new golfers will have a golf bag, it’ll usually be a cheap one with a beginner set of clubs. If this is the case for your favorite golfer, get her a nicer stand or cart bag, depending on how they tend to bring their bag around the course.

Best Golf Gifts for Women With Some Experience

As golfers get more experienced, they have more of the basics covered. This means they will likely have most of the items on the previous list, but that doesn’t mean your options are limited. As golfers get more time on the course and become more dedicated, their needs increase for more fun and sophisticated training aids. They will also get more use out of tools that allow them to play in a variety of conditions.

Here are some of our recommended gifts for women with some golf experience:

Golf Net A golf net can be set up easily in a yard, garage, or park to allow golfers to get full-swing practice without buying a bucket of balls at the range or paying a green fee.
Hitting Mat If they get a golf net, they’ll need a hitting mat. The hitting mat provides a suitable hitting surface no matter where you are. You may want to grab a couple of rubber tees with the hitting mat to make it easier to practice with a driver.
Umbrella An umbrella in or on a golf bag can help golfers get out and play on rainy days. Beginners usually only come out when the weather is nice, but as golfers get more interested, they may want some tools that make it easier to get out on the course whenever they have the time.
Rain Gloves Along the same lines as the umbrella, rain gloves help golfers keep a better grip on the club in the rain. With the winter coming around, more dedicated golfers will appreciate the ability to stay on the course year-round.
Sunday Bag Golfers who practice a lot may get tired of lugging their whole bag to practice with just a few clubs. A Sunday bag is a smaller, lighter bag with just enough space for wedges, a putter, and a couple of irons on a more casual day of practice or 9-hole golf.

Best Golf Gifts for Women With Years of Experience

Golfers with years of experience usually have much of their golf game well-defined, and they have most of what they need to practice and play. As a result, it takes more creativity and transferability to meet their needs. No worry, a specialty golf shop will have everything they need.

Here are some of our recommended gifts for women with years of golf experience:

Portable Massage Guns Anyone dedicating themselves to any sport over a long period needs to go the extra mile to take care of their body. Portable massage guns are a great way to help golfers recover on and off the course, and it’s something even many experienced golfers don’t have yet.
Rangefinders Rangefinders make life much easier for golfers who know their stock distances with each club, as they will always know how far they are from the pin.
GPS Smart Watches Smartwatches apply not only to their many off-course functions, but GPS-enabled ones are also great for the same purpose as the rangefinder– calculating the distance to the pin.
Launch Monitors Launch monitors are tools that golfers use to measure the specific metrics of their golf shots. This helps them set new goals and learn what they need to improve on, and some even offer full golf simulator functionality.

Best Golf Gifts for Women of All Experience Levels

Sometimes, you’re buying for a golfer whose experience level you aren’t sure of, or one that falls somewhere between categories. Whether either is the case, or you just want to see a few more gift ideas for any golfer, we have a few gift ideas that every golfer will appreciate.

Consumables Tees, balls, towels, and even gloves are all consumable items that golfers always replace. This means that a golfer of any experience level can appreciate having extras of all of them.
Golf Apparel We mentioned this in the first section, but every golfer needs golf clothes. Even those who already have some will never sneeze at some new gear.
Golf Shop Gift Cards Every golfer loves buying new gear. Whether it’s apparel, accessories, or shiny new clubs, a gift card allows them to get custom-fitted clubs just for them.

Buy Golf Gifts for Women at Worldwide Golf Shops

Worldwide Golf Shops provides next-level service to customers of all experience levels, with the best-trained staff in the industry. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide guidance to beginners and to share pro tips with even our most experienced clientele, making us one of the best places to buy the best golf gifts for women.

Check out our online store to see our industry-standard variety of all of the following:

At Worldwide Golf Shops, we take pride in offering brands that we guarantee will provide the highest level of value to our diverse range of golfers. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to assist you in finding the perfect golf gear. Find a store near you today!

Trevor Cigich

Trevor Cigich | Director of Retail Marketing |  Worldwide Golf Shops

I’ve been at Worldwide Golf Shops for 6 years, and I’ve been playing golf for 23 years. I have played a few mini tour events but now compete occasionally at the amateur level– currently a +2.1 handicap. I am a bit of a tinkerer when it comes to golf and golf clubs. I enjoy testing all aspects of different products, utilizing various fitting systems and learning about all the different club shafts, club lengths, golf balls, and putter styles. Not just for my game, but to help customers of all calibers.

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