Grab These Golf Deals for Dear Ol’ Dad

Do you know what happens on Sunday, June 15, 2014? (Besides the final round of the U.S. Open? Nobody can forget that.)

Dads get their due.

If you haven’t found the right Father’s Day gift for pops, we’ve got you covered with these great golf gifts. Who knows? Maybe we’ll get a few of these, too.


Cobra Clubs

In case you’ve missed it, Cobra’s brought back the big, beautiful Baffler XL Hybrid line of clubs, touted as the “most forgiving and easy-to-hit hybrid in Cobra’s 40-year history!” They’re also great for folks who might not hit it as far or hard as they used to.


NEO XS GPS Rangefinder Watch

BushnellSome dads want classic gifts. Ties. Shirts. Shoes. But some prefer tech to the more pedestrian presents. With that we give you the Bushnell Neo XS, a rangefinder in a wristwatch. Preloaded with more than 33,000 courses and offering up to four hazard distances per hole, it’s like having an on-course caddy almost in the palm of your hand. ($199,


Antigua Men’s Icon Shirt

AAntigua lot of dads can use some work in the style department, and Antigua is here to help, with the Icon polo shirt. Made from 100% polyester, it provides maximum comfort and ease of movement, along with moisture-wicking features to keep you looking cool and feeling dry. ($55,


TaylorMade SLDR Driver

Big Dogs make great gifts, and right now there’s none bigger in golf than TaylorMade’s new SLDR driver. With a giant, 460cc head and sliding weight on the bottom to control spin and launch angle, the SLDR promotes higher, farther ball flight for anyone. Even dear ol’ dad. ($399,


(Photo by Nile Young, Jr.)

Stay-and-Play at Forest Dunes Golf Club

For the unforgettable Father’s Day gift, Forest Dunes Golf Club in Roscommon, Michigan offers an unbeatable stay-and-play. For those unfamiliar, Forest Dunes is a stellar Tom Weiskopf-designed gem ranked in the Top 100 in the U.S. With the addition of the gorgeous AuSable Lodge last year, it’s now a can’t miss golf getaway. Starting at $289 per person, you’ll get a night’s lodging and 36 holes on the course, which you’ll agree, twice is nice. (