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Not that you need reminding, but Father’s Day is Sunday of the U.S. Open, which falls on June 19 this year. And if your pops is a golfer, you’ve come to the right place. GolfWRX presents its annual Father’s Day Gift Guide with 25 options from across the budgetary spectrum this year.

And like we say every year, if your dad isn’t a golfer, let us make a recommendation: Get him a lesson from a PGA professional. It’s never too late to start chasing the little white ball, and there’s nothing better on Father’s Day than playing 18 with dad. Here are 25 suggestions for your Father’s Day shopping list.

Gift Card: Topgolf

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Available for any amount between $10 and $500, with optional eDelivery. A Topgolf gift card is good for lessons, memberships, golf, games, food and beverages at the golf entertainment destination. There’s no golf experience quite like it. Learn more here.

Book: The Golf Courses of the British Isles by Bernard Darwin ($17.31)

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A beautiful edition of this classic golf text, and a necessary inclusion in dad’s golf library. Buy it now.

Golf Balls: Snell: My Tour Ball ($31.99), Get Sum ($20.99)

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Dean Snell is bringing affordability to the premium ball space with this offering that hits you in the pocket book for half the cost of most tour balls. The 2-piece Get Sum ball is a lower cost option.

Hats: Travis Matthew B-Bahamas hat ($29.95)

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We love this limited-edition Travis Matthew hat (worn by Luke List). Light and versatile.

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Gloves: GFore ($35)

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Add a little color to dad’s golf-glove game. If Tom Watson can wear a colored golf glove, so can your dad.

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Accessory: Seamus Red Stewart Tartan Putter Cover ($55)

Red_Stewart_Main_1024x1024It’s tough to pick just one offering from Seamus, whose range of club covers and accessories is sensational. This tartan putter cover is stylish and gives a nod to the roots of this maddening game. Learn more from Seamus.

Headcovers: Titleist Leather Headcover (Driver $90, Fairway $85, Hybrid $80)

titleist-leather-headcovers-If dad plays Titleist clubs, he ought to cover them with these retro-inspired headcovers. Available in black or white.

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Golf Shirt: Major manufacturer: Nike MM Fly Blade ($90) / Independent brand: Holderness & Bourne: The Macdonald ($88)

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The blade collar is coming to golf in a big way. If your dad’s an ahead-of-the-curve kind of guy from a fashion standpoint, he’ll appreciate Nike’s MM Fly Blade polo. If he’s more traditional, nobody does the modern incarnation of the classic golf polo better than Holderness & Bourne.

Sunday Bag: Ping Moonlite Bag ($89.99)

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If your dad likes to walk, but isn’t looking to schlep a heavier carry bag, consider the 2.5-pound Ping Moonlite. The adjustable standing strap is clutch.

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Golf GPS: Garmin Approach G10 ($99)

garming10-1-280116One of the best-selling golf GPS devices in the game. It’s small, lightweight and easy to clip to your belt.

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Pants: Lululemon ABC Pant ($128)

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Lulu makes more than yoga pants, and you’d be wise to take note if you’re looking for a pant that can be worn at work, on the golf course, or dressed down with a tee shirt. Fun fact: ABC stands for anti-ball-crushing. In that respect, they get the job done. Available in standard length and long. Buy them now. 

Sunglasses: Frogskins ($150), Oakley Flak ($190),

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Oakley is releasing a series of frames for the Olympics this summer. Team USA will be wearing them, so why not dad? Something sportier (Flak) and lifestyle (Frogskins).

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Golf fitness bundle: SKLZ Get Golf Strong ($164.99)

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If dad is fitness-inclined, SKLZ 6-week, in-home training program, Get Golf Strong, provides everything he’ll need for a home-based golf-specific workout. And hey, Tony Finau is featured in the videos.

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Golf Shoes: ECCO CAGE ($200), EVO ($190)

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Some of the finest, most innovative and supremely stylish golf shoes on the planet. Enough said. Our story. 

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Wedges: Vokey SM6 Raw ($195)

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Get dad the most popular wedge on the PGA Tour. This version will rust, giving dad the same look as the pros. Our review. 

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Push Cart: CaddyTek EZ-Fold 3 Wheel ($199.99)

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An excellent option if dad’s in the market for a push cart.

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Laser: Precision Pro Nexus Laser Rangefinder ($199.95)

PrecisionproLooking to get dad a rangefinder? The combination of price and ease-of-use is right in this offering from Precision Pro.

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Hybrid: Ping G Crossover ($229)

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If dad needs help with his long game, but has struggled with high-lofted fairway woods and hybrids, get him a Ping G Crossover to try. It’s available in lofts of 18 degrees (3 iron replacement), 21 degrees (4 iron replacement) and 24 degrees (5 iron replacement). He’ll thank you. Learn more from Ping. 

Fairway Wood: Callaway XR 16 ($229.99)

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An amply forgiving, sleek-looking weapon — and the same model Danny Willett used to win the Masters.

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Golf Cooler: Yeti Roadie 20 ($249.99)

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Dad needs something to keep his booze cold on course, right? Nothing beats a Yeti. Expensive? Yes. The best? Also yes.

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Speaker: Bose SLIII ($269.95)

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A superior-quality wireless speaker from a name dad will know and respect, and a retro look he’s sure to like too.

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Putter: TaylorMade Spider Limited Red ($299)

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Inspired by Jason Day’s Players Championship-winning flatstick (and the Redback spider of Australia), this red number makes a bold statement in addition to offering the higher MOI dad likely needs. Learn more from TaylorMade.

Driver: TaylorMade M2 ($399)

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For most dads, TaylorMade’s M2 is going to perform better than the company’s M1 driver due to its added forgiveness. It’s one of the hottest drivers on the PGA Tour, too. Our review.

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Blade-Like Irons: Ben Hogan PTx ($1200)

Ben-Hogan-PTx-Iron-1280x850Following the success of their return to the industry with the Ft. Worth 15 irons, Ben Hogan released these more forgiving (but equally beautiful) PTx irons.

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Distance Irons: Callaway Apex Black ($1,299)

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These stealthy irons make a statement, and the 360-cup face isn’t just marketing speak: dad will see a boost in ball speed with Apex Blacks in the bag.

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  1. Dave

    Jun 8, 2016 at 12:57 pm

    B man must be nice to be rich their is more out there just look

  2. Blake

    Jun 7, 2016 at 3:37 pm

    The nike blade polo thing is not coming to golf in a big way. NIke will push it for a year and then people will forget

  3. Scooter McGavin

    Jun 7, 2016 at 3:13 pm

    Funny you say that Yeti is the best, when basically every review I’ve read from people who have actually compared other brands against them (ie. Pelican, RTIC) says that the other brands are better… and are often cheaper. Although you do get a bumper sticker when you buy a Yeti, so if that’s important to you…

  4. ?

    Jun 7, 2016 at 11:50 am

    That laser gun? Bushnell please

  5. B-Man

    Jun 7, 2016 at 9:41 am

    How about something with class and more expensive? This is mostly all cheap stuff.

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Here’s why Dustin Johnson is using a 9-wood at the 2022 PGA Championship

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If you tuned into Friday’s coverage of the 2022 PGA Championship, you may have noticed that Dustin Johnson hit a 9-wood at the par-3 8th hole at Southern Hills Country Club.

Wait, a 9-wood?

Yes, a 9-wood. And he made birdie on the hole after hitting his tee shot to 33 feet 5 inches.

While Johnson has been using a TaylorMade Stealth 21-degree 7-wood throughout this season, he typically transitions into either a TaylorMade Stealth Rescue 22-degree club or a TaylorMade DJ Proto 3-iron. This week, however, at the lengthy Southern Hills setup, Johnson opted to put a TaylorMade Stealth 24-degree 9 wood in the bag.

A TaylorMade rep commented on Johnson’s switch this week:

“In our testing, DJ consistently hit his 9-wood 245 yards, which is nearly the exact same distance he produces with his 3-iron. With the 9 wood, however, he hits it much higher and gets more spin, living around 4200 rpm.”

Below are the specs for Johnson’s new club:

Model: TaylorMade Stealth (24 degrees)
Lie angle: 60 degrees
Shaft: LA Golf prototype (tipped 2 inches)
Swing weight: D4

In case you missed it, Johnson also switched into a new TaylorMade Spider GT Splitback putter this week. For more on that switch, click here!

Check out all of our photos from the 2022 PGA Championship this week.

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TOUR REPORT: John Daly’s bizarre irons, Tiger’s surprising equipment changes

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Major championships aren’t always the best place to find interesting gear news. By the time it’s the week of a major, players are typically dialed into their equipment and focused on performance and preparation.

This week was different.

An abnormal amount of gear changes happened this week, and GolfWRX was live at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to cover them all.

Yes, Tiger Woods made significant equipment switches this week, but he wasn’t the only one.

In this week’s Tour Report, we highlight the noteworthy equipment news and coolest gear photos from on site at the 2022 PGA Championship.

Let’s dive right in.

Check out all of our photos from the 2022 PGA Championship

1) Tiger Woods makes big changes

Tiger Woods is the undisputed King of the 2-iron stinger. I don’t think I’ll get too many arguments there.

Most golf fans know Woods historically hit his patented stingers with a forged blade long iron. This week, however, Woods surprised us all by switching into TaylorMade’s P-770 2 and 3-irons to replace his usual 5-wood and P-7TW 3-iron setup.

As highlighted in our report for PGATOUR.com, Woods has found greater forgiveness, height and length from the hollow-bodied irons. Both of his new P-770 long irons are also equipped with True Temper’s new Dynamic Gold MID Tour Issue X100 shafts, which are designed for higher spin and launch.

The new irons weren’t the only changes Woods made to his bag setup, though. He also switched from TaylorMade’s MG2 (Milled Grind 2) wedges into the new MG3 wedges this week. His versions have a raw finish, come with his familiarly intricate TW sole grinds, and have more bounce than you may expect.

Any changes that Tiger makes are noteworthy, since he rarely switches his gear up, but he added four new clubs to the bag this week. Check out his entire new gear setup in the link below.

Tiger Woods’ full WITB at the 2022 PGA Championship

2) Webb Simpson ditches his blades

For essentially his entire career, Webb Simpson has been an old-school blade iron user.

Well, not anymore.

Simpson switched from Titleist’s 620 MB irons into the company’s new T100 irons this week. He spoke to the media on Thursday following his first-round 69 regarding the switch:

“I’ve had a couple of short stints with non-blades in my career but not many.”

“I haven’t been hitting my irons great. Approach to the green is typically a strength for me; this year it’s been a weakness, and I’ve struggled out of the rough. I keep getting told that these the irons I’m playing are better out of the rough, better with distance control, better with mis-hits, and so I guess I was being stubborn but finally listened and I really like them.”

“They’re not a whole lot different than mine the way they look, but we’ve had good results with them so far.”

According to Simpson, his caddie Paul Tesori played a role in Simpson’s intrigue in the new T100 irons.

“Yeah, honestly I hadn’t considered it that much at all. Paul  mentioned it at Wells Fargo after that first round or maybe after I missed the cut on Friday. Then he came to Charlotte last Wednesday and we were doing some testing, and we were seeing some crazy numbers out of the rough with my blades.”

“Thankfully I live on the golf course, so we drove to my garage, picked up this other set — honestly I didn’t know if I had this other set still. I don’t know if Titleist will like this or not, but if I don’t use a set I give it to a friend. I’m trying to spread the word for Titleist, you know. So I might have given to a friend, but I see them in there, we bring them out, and all the numbers we tested were way better.”

“So I still wasn’t certain that I was going to put them in this week so I have both, but yeah, the biggest thing for me is when I look down I want to make sure it looks good, and then after that all I care about is the numbers and how it’s going to perform out of the rough, and so far they’ve passed the test.”

The lesson here for amateurs is to test a range of different irons to figure out exactly what suits your game best. Even the world’s best ball strikers sometimes opt for more forgiveness.

See more photos of Webb’s new Titleist T100 irons here

3) Dustin Johnson switches to a new putter

Dustin Johnson tests multiple different putters every week leading up to just about every single tournament he plays in. While he typically ends up back into his blacked-out TaylorMade Tour Limited Spider, this week he called up a new Spider GT Splitback putter into his starting lineup.

Here’s what TaylorMade Tour rep Bucky Coe had to say about the switch:

“It’s all about the aesthetics. From the feedback I got from him, he grabbed it off the putting green because he liked the longer shape in the back and felt it was more forgiving with the CG placement. The combination of a white cavity and the single sight line allows him to set it up square and align the ball easily.”

TaylorMade also provided the full specs below.

Model: Spider GT Splitback
Loft: 2 degrees
Lie angle: 69 degrees
Length: 35.75 inches, end of grip
Swing weight: E7
Grip: SuperStroke Pistol GT 1.0
Shaft: LA Golf prototype

4) Custom PGA Championship gear

It goes without saying, but major championships are a big deal in the golf world. Adding to the hype and intrigue, golf manufacturers and apparel companies typically create custom gear that’s special to each of the major events.

With Tulsa, Oklahoma, as the artistic inspiration, golf companies developed their best tributes to the city’s culture and colorways. Which company do you think did it best?

(For reference, in the photo above, Callaway’s staff bag is on the left, Odyssey’s putter covers are top middle, Scotty Cameron’s “Golden Driller Statue” covers are in the middle, Axis1’s putter covers are bottom middle, and TaylorMade’s staff bags are on the right.)

See all of the custom PGA Championship gear

5) John Daly’s wild equipment setup

As we covered in our report for PGATOUR.com this week, 56-year-old John Daly came to the 2022 PGA Championship with a stunning gear setup.

Daly has so much lead tape on his TaylorMade P-770 irons that, honestly, it was difficult to immediately decipher what brand and model he was using.

After speaking with Scott “Scott E.G.” Garrison – his club builder – Daly needed the excessive lead tape because his oversized SuperStroke grips (with 6 wraps underneath) weigh in at 82 grams, which is about 30 grams heavier than standard. In order to offset the grip weight, Daly needed significantly more weight on the heads. Thus, his irons are absolutely caked in lead tape.

Daly also revealed a new PXG “TD” prototype driver; PXG is yet to comment on the driver design, but we’ll update you on GolfWRX.com’s front page as soon as we know more.

John Daly’s full WITB from the 2022 PGA Championship

6) Xander’s new Callaway wedge

The world is waiting on five-time PGA Tour winner Xander Schauffele to win his first major championship. Golf equipment fans are also waiting on more information about his new Callaway Jaws Raw 52-degree wedge. Unfortunately, we don’t know much yet, but we do have photos in his full WITB below from this week.

Xander’s full WITB from the 2022 PGA Championship

8) Patrick Reed’s new Grindworks driver

Patrick Reed, the 2018 Masters Champion, has been playing a bag full of Grindworks irons since the end of 2019. The limited edition “PR-101A” irons are forged from S20C soft carbon, and they’re made to his exact look and feel preferences.

The Grindworks connection hasn’t stopped at just the irons, though. Earlier in 2022, Reed revealed a set of custom Grindworks “Barrett” wedges. Now, at the 2022 PGA Championship, Reed put a new Grindworks “Equinox X420” driver in the bag (at least, as of Wednesday ahead of the event).

Reed is a prolific gear tester, so it’s uncertain how long the driver will stay in the bag come competition time, but either way, he helped most of the golf world see the Grindworks driver for the first time.

Patrick Reed’s full WITB from the 2022 PGA Championship

And with that, we say goodbye to Tulsa and the 2022 PGA Championship. We’ll see you next week in Fort Worth, Texas for the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge at the classic Colonial Country Club.

Check out all of our photos from the 2022 PGA Championship

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Coolest thing for sale in the GolfWRX Classifieds (5/20/22): Mint Cobra LTDx LS 9 degree driver head

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At GolfWRX, we are a community of like-minded individuals that all experience and express our enjoyment of the game in many ways.

It’s that sense of community that drives day-to-day interactions in the forums on topics that range from best driver to what marker you use to mark your ball. It even allows us to share another thing we all love – buying and selling equipment.

Currently, in our GolfWRX buy/sell/trade (BST) forum, there is a listing for a Mint Cobra LTDx LS 9 degree driver head

From the seller (@Rosco1216): “Mint cobra LTDx LS 9* head. 5g of neutral melt. Weighs 201g. Do not have head cover but will ship fully protected. Can include adapter if needed. Asking $360 obo. I do have a couple shaft options in the 75x range I could put in if interested. DM me if interested.”

To check out the full listing in our BST forum, head through the link: Mint Cobra LTDx LS 9 degree driver head

This is the most impressive current listing from the GolfWRX BST, and if you are curious about the rules to participate in the BST Forum you can check them out here: GolfWRX BST Rules

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