USED GOLF BALLS
Price: $24 for 50 | Buy them on Amazon
An avid golfer can never have too many balls for practice rounds, the driving range, and putting. Abandoned balls can be found on the course, but this is an easier route.
Price: Starting at $8 | Buy it on Amazon
Most courses have a designated place to clean golf balls, but to keep them clean as you play, this is the perfect size cleaner to keep in a pocket to use after every hole.
Price: $5 for 50 | Buy them on Amazon
Tees come in wood or plastic and in different lengths. Each golfer has their preference, but tees tend to be inexpensive regardless.
Price: $45 | Buy it from Dick's Sporting Goods
Stand bags are lightweight, with retractable legs that give golfers easy access to everything inside. Even without end-of-summer savings, a well-reviewed bag doesn't have to cost much more than $60.
Price: Starting at $3.30 | Buy them at Walmart
Golf towels are a key component of any golf bag. They can be used for everything from wiping off your hands to wiping down everything after a rain (not to mention making a golf ball cleaner unnecessary).
Price: $7 | Buy it on Amazon
Wire bristles and a sharp pick will get dirt and grime out the grooves of your clubs, making for better contact and spin — or at least one fewer excuse for when a player shanks the ball.
Price: $35 | Buy it on Amazon
As long as it zips and is completely waterproof, keeping the elements out to let you play longer, there are lots of jackets that'll do the trick for a golfer. One that packs a little warmth is even better.
BAG RAIN COVER
Price: $20 | Buy it at Walmart
Protect your gear with a simple golf bag rain cover — an essential on the course any time the weather's bad or even just unpredictable.
Price: $19 | Buy it on Amazon
When it comes to golf umbrellas, oversize is key. Double canopy is also nice. You're going to want something that provides ample coverage and holds up in a storm; if you golf enough, you'll be caught in the rain sooner or later.
Price: Starting at $12 | Buy them on Amazon
Keep hands blister- and callus-free and guarantee a sweat-free grip for consistency on the course.
Price: $9 | Buy it on Amazon
Fix all those divots from balls and clubs. Every golfer should have one of these tools in their arsenal, and this one comes with a bunch of stuff, Swiss Army style, without costing much more than a divot tool on its own.
Price: $34 | Buy it on Amazon
Stop forgetting scorecards until you're out on the greens — stock up and throw a few in your bag, and stay organized while you're at it with a scorecard holder. A high-end leather holder comes in a gift box and is endorsed by more customers than a synthetic leather version ($15 at Dick's Sporting Goods).
SWINGER SUBSCRIPTION BOX
Price: Starting at $10 a box | Buy it on Swinger Box
Get a golfer new gear, clothes, and golf accessories on the regular — just choose a delivery schedule and type of box.
TRAVEL BAG COVER
Price: Starting at $60 | Buy one from the PGA Tour Superstore
Avid golfers want to take their clubs with them when traveling, which is much easier with a travel golf bag. Soft-sided travel bags are best for car trips; hard sides fare better in air travel.
FUNNY GOLF GIFTS
Price: Starting at $5 | Buy them on Etsy
There may be literally no end to the goofy T-shirts, mugs, placards, and specific, sport-related items such as putters, towels, and ball markers you can buy to amuse a golfer.
Price: $110 | Buy it on Amazon
A range finder can help gauge distance for a shot and improve accuracy and cost up to $600. This well-reviewed model is lightweight and works with the push of a single button. If you're playing pro — don't bother, these aren't allowed.
Price: Starting at $50 | Buy it on Amazon
Good shoes will keep you comfortable all day, from supporting your swing to supporting a lot of steps walking the course. Every golfer has their own fit and feel preferences, but a good starting point and price are these Adidas models.
Price: Starting at $5 | Buy them from Dick's Sporting Goods
Every golfer needs something to use as a ball marker. You can just use a coin from your pocket — but readily available markers, systems, or sets that cost only $5 to $22 will make a better gift.