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Thursday, 7 July 2011

Birthday Gift Ideas for Golfers

Almost everyone knows a keen golfer who loves nothing more than the chance to play a round and of course spend a little time analysing their form at the nineteenth hole. So if you’re looking for birthday gift ideas for a golfing fan, then you have come to the right place as we have a range of golfing gifts to suit players of any skill level and at prices to suit any budget.

Perhaps you know someone who dreams of playing on some of the world’s most prestigious and luxurious courses, but doesn’t have the budget to jet across the globe. Fortunately for them we have the perfect birthday gift idea which will allow them to test their mettle on the most impressive courses in the world without leaving the UK.

Our indoor golf experience days is a state of the art computer simulator which comprises infra red curtains to track the movement, speed and spin of the ball and can tell players exactly where it would land on the course. There’s no chance of rain stopping play, they never have to wait for the players in front to play through and if they ever do find themselves enjoying an exotic holiday they can tackle the local course knowing what to expect.

For a golfer who just wants to improve their swing, make their putting a little more consistent or learn how the conquer the mental side of the game with some help from a professional, the a lesson with a PGA pro might be just the birthday gift idea you have been looking for. With a choice of over 130 instructors in locations across the UK, there is sure to be one nearby and the instruction they give is invaluable when it comes to improving any aspect of their game.

Anyone looking for birthday gift ideas for a golfer, whether they are a fanatic or just a beginner, can find the perfect present in our range of golfing gift experiences and with prices starting from just £15 there are plenty of ideas which won’t break the bank.

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