2019 GolfLink Holiday Gift Guide: Golfing Games

With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to start looking for gifts for your favorite golfer. Luckily, GolfLink is putting together its lists of the best gifts available this year. The following are the year’s best golf games.


Chippo Golf Set

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Chippo takes a simple concept, cornhole for golfers, and executes it so flawlessly you’ll wonder how this wasn’t already a product. The game puts 2 golfers, or teams of golfers, against each other with the object being to chip in to one of the 3 holes on the Chippo board. The game is highly addictive and perfect for someone who likes to host BBQs or tailgates, and the perfect gift for college golfers with a couple roommates handy. 


Accelerator Pro Indoor Putting Green by SKLZ

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A practice putting green is a great way to build up muscle memory and have a little fun indoors when you can’t make it out to the course or during the cold winter months. The trick is finding a putting green that provides ease of use, quality, and is still storable. The SKLZ Accelerator Pro Indoor Putting Green ticks all those boxes and more. Alignment guides at 3, 5, and 7 feet allow for consistency in your approach and the automatic ball return means you’ll spend more time putting and less time grabbing your balls. 


The Golf Club 2019

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Simply the best and most realistic golfing game on the market for Xbox One and PS4. It features 6 recreations of famous TPC courses such as Players Championship host TPC Sawgrass, as well as numerous fictional courses. The visuals are stunning, and the gameplay mirror the challenge of golf well. Players can play their way through development tours and up to the PGA Tour, or even create their own courses and play online against other golfers. The game is marketed as a simulation and its difficulty reflects that, however, it is the perfect gift for any golfer who also appreciates gaming. 


Floating Putting Green 

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A good party game is to have a bucket a balls and a floating green from Rubber Flooring Inc. Simply put the green in your pool and go at it. There are several sizes that are available, from the smaller 3’x3’ and 3’x4’ sizes to the larger 4’x6’ and 6’x8’ sizes. Each green comes with a 12” hitting mat,  12 floating golf balls, flagpole and a standard 4” cup. This gift is great for the golfer who also appreciates his time poolside. 


Optishot 2 Golf Simulator

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The Optishot 2 Golf Simulator is an affordable golf simulator that’s perfect for any golfer who loves technology and wants to hone their skills at home, especially through cold winter nights. The Optishot 2 works with Windows and Mac, and comes with a small hitting surface that uses infrared sensors to measure your swings, as well as 2 foam balls and 2 adjustable tees. With this you can play a host of real courses, including replicas of Bethpage Black, Torrey Pines North and South, and Kapalua Resort’s Plantation Course, among others. Furthermore, more courses are available for purchase and can be played through up to 3 times before requiring a purchase. Simply put, this is the best golf simulator you can get without spending thousands of dollars and it provides tons of fun on nights in with or without friends. It also doubles as a great training aid. 


2019 GolfLink Holiday Gift Guide


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