Holiday Gift Guide – Golf Products That Should Be on Your Shopping or Buying List


Cleveland Golf Smart Sole 3S and 3C Wedges

Tired of infomercial gimmicks trying to improve your short game? We recommend trusting your short shots around the green to the respected Cleveland Golf Company. Their new Smart Sole Wedge line offers real help from the sand and rough thanks to their three-tiered sole that eases set-up and improves contact.

Tour Edge Exotics CBX Hybrids

Tour Edge’s Exotics latest hybrid creation, the CBX Model, has already become a star on the PGA Champions Tour. Low spin meets tour-inspired feel and workability to create a line of clubs that will push the boundaries of distance.

TaylorMade Spider Tour Putter

Sergio Garcia’s popular win at the Masters was made possible by this remarkable putter. Need we say more? Ok, we will. The shape and technology gives golfers all they ever want from a putter – the confidence to make it from any distance!

Antigua Men’s & Women’s Clothing

Antigua has quickly turned into one of our favorite clothing lines, as the 41 year-old company offers the perfect combination of quality and affordability. Plus, Antigua is an officially licensed product of the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NASCAR, and PGA TOUR.

Mizuno MP-18 Iron Line

Customization is the hallmark of this remarkable line of irons. Mizuno’s MP-18 collection offers the ability to mix and match between four distinctive sets of irons – MP-18, MP-18 SC (Split Cavity), MP-18 MMC (Multi-Metal Construction), and MP-18 FLI-HI.

Snell Golf My Tour Balls

Dean Snell, who has over 40 golf ball patents to his name (including the original Pro V1), is turning the golf ball industry upside down with his remarkable My Tour Balls. You can only purchase these balls on their website and Snell’s 6 pack for $157.99 might be the best value in golf.

Cure RX & CX Putters

One of our new favorite companies, Cure Putters, is capitalizing on the Putter Red Out that has been taking place on all TOURS. Six of their most famous models can now be custom ordered in red – but only for a limited time.

Callaway Golf Apparel

MGM had the honor of receiving a behind-the-scenes tour of their men’s and women’s line at the PGA Merchandise Show and came away thoroughly impressed. Patrick Reed and their entire entourage of staff professionals will be dressed to the nines this fall. Plus many of their polos come in Big & Tall sizes!

MLA Putters

MLA is short for Multiple Line Activation, which is a patented alignment technology that is revolutionizing putting. Their fully milled series of putters are artful weapons designed to lower your scores and heighten your enjoyment on the greens.

Under Armour Sunglasses

Looking to be cool and protected on the course at the same time? Look no further that Under Armour’s impressive collection of men’s and women’s sunglasses. Their women’s Edge model retails for under $100 and perfectly suits golfers of all ages!

New Balance Women’s Golf Shoes

How cool looking are these? The Minimus 1006 women’s golf shoe collection features three color palates including the ultra-cool grey with pink and mint offering. Their flexible NDurance spikeless rubber outsole means never having to change spikes again!

Super Stroke Cross Comfort Grips

The undisputed leader in putter grips is now making a move in the club grip category with their new Cross Comfort grip line. Comfort meets performance in a stylish looking grip designed for players who like the feeling of a softer grip.


About Author

Glen Turk is a Wisconsin native who has been the Senior Writer/Editor of Midwest Golfing Magazine since 2006. Besides being an avid golfer, Glen enjoys traveling, music, and cheering on the finest professional sports team of all-time, the Green Bay Packers. Glen’s ultimate golf goal is to play in all fifty states and currently he is more than half way there. His other dream, albeit far-fetched, it to record an ace in all seven states of our distribution area. Thanks to an ace in Illinois in 2015, and one in Michigan in 2016, he has three down, four to go!

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