It would seem that "golf gifts" would sufficiently limit the choices for those who are trying to come up with a good birthday or holiday item. But narrowing the options to golf-related merchandise just isn't enough anymore.
As if shopping for someone isn't difficult enough, companies around the world now produce thousands of items, large and small, that will please the golfer. So the first step may be to put gift possibilities in a few classes that will help narrow things down. For example, try setting some limits with: golf equipment, accessories, clothing, desk and office decorative items, novelty and humour gifts etc. Four or five major categories should be enough. With this in mind, the shopper should then just accept the fact that there are still many options, even within these large and loose categories. In the equipment realm, for instance, there are items as large as a golf cart or a full set of clubs. At the other end of the spectrum, most golfers will be happy with a box or bag of tees, ball markers, golf balls and so on. In the golf clothing category, the buyer can begin at the feet and go up, to the perfect cap, hat or visor. For instance, golf shoes of the correct size and style can be fantastic gifts, especially if the golfer in the family or business has worn out a current pair. This general idea can include trousers, shorts, shirts, caps etc. Monogrammed items are quite popular. One of the categories of golfing gift items that has exploded in the last few years has been desk, office and home decorative items. These can be as serious as a signed photo or portrait of a favorite golf legend such as Ben Hogan or Jack Nicklaus. Golfing gifts in this class can also be humorous, such as the popular poster containing frivolous golf "rules" such as "Do not kick ball from woods into the fairway." Going through the entire list of golf-related gift items could take an entire volume. But here are a few other ideas, in short form: