black friday golf

Black Friday 2017: Best golf gift ideas

Black Friday has grown to cover more than one calendar day every holiday season as thousands of retailers compete for your dollars. This week is the time to save some cash on golf equipment, whether it be at a brick and mortar storefront or the massively convenient online marketplace.

Here are some of the best deals you’ll find in golf equipment this Black Friday week.

Amazon

Black Friday and Cyber Monday were perfected by this online retailer juggernaut. What seems like millions of deals will grace Amazon’s Black Friday landing page throughout the week, including the following deals on your favorite golf equipment brands.

TaylorMade 2017 TP5 and Project(a) Golf Balls (11% off)

Craftsman Golf Black Skull iron covers (41% off)

Callaway Golf 2017 Chrome Soft golf balls (20% off)

Bridgestone Golf balls – assorted modelsĀ 

Nikon Coolshot 80 Rangefinder – (30% off)

Dick’s Sporting Goods

You’ll have to wait until 6pm on Thursday, but the popular sporting goods retailer is offering some tasty deals this week. Check out their golf landing page for more information.

Garmin Golf GPS units and rangefinders – up to $150 off

Callaway Golf complete iron sets – up to $100 off

Titleist ProV1 and ProV1x golf balls – $39.99 per dozen

Select complete iron sets (multiple brands) – up to 40% off

Budget Golf

The golf-only online retailer is marking down nearly everything on their website, from wedges to footwear. You may have to dig a little bit to find the best deals, but trust me when I say they are worth your time and research.

Titleist ProV1 golf balls – 17% off

Wilson Golf Triton driver with upgraded shaft – 67% closeout

All golf shoes in stock – 20% off

Be sure to check out the above retailers often this week as many products will be added to – and removed from – their websites. You wouldn’t want to miss out on a great deal this Black Friday.

 

Adam Fonseca

Adam Fonseca is the owner and Editor of GolfUnfiltered.com. He is also he host of the Golf Unfiltered Podcast. Adam spends most of his time making a fool out of himself on Twitter. (@GolfUnfiltered)