Ball marker & tee set

What a fantastic gift. Not only is made with sterling silver and is personalised but it also looks really cool! Proudly South African, this is definitely ED’s CHOICE for the perfect golfing gift.

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These make for a great gift to add a golf touch to a home, toy cave or work environment. What an awesome pressie to give the person who has everything. These stylish wall pieces are powder coated, rust resistant and are for indoor and outdoor use. Available in different sizes and in five colours: matt black, matt gold, matt silver, grey and rust coat.

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head cover

Who doesn’t want to continue celebrating the Boks’ fine World Cup win? Well, this little bokkie head cover will remind you to never give up – even if you duff your drive.

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polo shirt

“Lolly to make you jolly!”… the infamous sales pitch on Cape Town beaches. Now you can look funky on the tee, especially over the holidays! We love this ice-lolly polo shirt.

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There are a lot of gloves out there but none quite have the unique look of the tattoo glove from Golf Concepts. The soft Cabreta leather, with excellent grip and comfort, makes this quirky glove not only different to look at but also fully functional. We like it!

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Why must the guys have all the fun? These fun summer golf dresses offer sunscreen protection, absorb perspiration and dry super quickly. Look good in the Happy Cheetah golf dress!

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Local is lekker, and Versus really know their stuff when it comes to socks. Not only are they functional and can be used for various sport codes but they also look really cool.

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golf tool

The one tool that does it all. Victorinox is well-known for excellent knives and, of course, the famous Swiss Army knife. Well, this is the Swiss Army knife of golf tools, with 10 different functions, including a groove cleaner. A piece of equipment that will last you a lifetime.

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Split weights allow golfers to switch between the standard setting for balanced performance, and the low spin setting for a piercing trajectory and increased roll out.

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Brett Blyth is an amateur golfer who plays out of Royal Cape. He has a handicap index of 6.4 and is a self-confessed golf fanatic. 

Credit: UA Website