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Golfgearnow.com
(513) 741-3924
Online Only
Cincinnati, OH
 
Golfgearnow.com
(513) 741-3924
Online Only
Cincinnati, OH
 
Golf Galaxy
(513) 947-0900
822 Eastgate North Dr
Cincinnati, OH
 
Etters Custom Golf
(513) 563-8661
9941 Reading Rd
Cincinnati, OH
 
Kemper Golf
(330) 644-2881
3630 Manchester Rd
Akron, OH
Services
800-362-0845

Cincinnati Golf Galaxy
(513) 947-0900
822 Eastgate N Dr
Cincinnati, OH
Services
Custom Club Fitting,Full Service Club Repair,Book a Tee Time,Book a PGA Lesson,Pre-Owned Club Program,Club-Trade In Program
Store Hours
Mon - Fri: 10:00am - 9:00pm,Sat: 9:00am - 9:00pm,Sun: 9:00am - 7:00pm
Golf Pro
Golf Pro : John Caruso
Turned Professional : 1997
Teaching Principles : Grip, posture and alignment are essential to a sound golf swing. Keeping the club shaft on the correct plane along with proper weight shift leads to consistent results. The lessons are light, entertaining and full of information that will help you improve your game. From the beginner to the more accomplished player, I look forward to working with you.

Eagle Golf Co
(513) 753-9850
3878 Mcmann Rd
Cincinnati, OH
 
Special Tee Golf
(513) 793-3673
7790 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati, OH
 
Anderson Golf Brokerage Incorporated
(513) 821-2150
9495 Reading Rd
Cincinnati, OH
 
Golfgearnow.com
(513) 741-3924
Online Only
Cincinnati, OH
 

Last-minute holiday gift guide for golfers

Last-minute holiday gift guide for golfers

Paula Creamer

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Paula Creamer

Ashley Crain
  • By Ashley Crain
  • December 20, 2010 3:58 p.m.
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Tis’ the season for golf fashion! Your favorite lady will forget about the baubles when she sees this year’s under-the-tree delights. With less than a week left, it is time to get off the range or fairway, get out there and grab these last-minute diamonds in the rough!

These gifts are so cool that she may be a bit suspicious about where you got the info. Don’t worry, you don’t have to tell anyone that the Golfweek elf helped.

We dug up a head-to-toe list that will have your lady sporting the most sought-after gear on the tee box.

1.) Pink Precept Paula Creamer Balls:

Not only does our favorite lady golfer play with these ultra-fashionable pink balls, but they are actually great balls, too. They are some of the softest and most durable golf balls for women on the market today.

12-pack (personalized) for $19.99 can be found at most online golf retailers.

www.preceptgolf.com

2.) LilyBeth Golf Gloves:

We are a sucker for the new LilyBeth golf gloves. The company is only a year old and already making its way into the market. This year we are recommending the Bluebird buckled glove on the theory that birdies and golf are always a good combination.

$29.95

www.lilybethgolf.com

3.) Keri Golf Bags:

In order to be deemed the coolest gift-giver of all time, look no further than a Keri golf bag. These bags complete any golf girl’s wardrobe – a bag goes in the wardrobe category, right? Well, fashionable ones do. Our favorite this season is the Bella Bag from the 2011 Newport Collection.

$335

http://www.kerigolf.com/shop/product/bella-stand-bag-37.cfm

4.) Gogie Girl Headwear:

You couldn’t stuff a stocking any better than with a Gogie Girl cap. To keep the holiday colors alive all season, we recommend you buy the Gogie Girl Kelli hat in poppy/white.

$24.95

http://gogiegirl.com/womens-fashion-collections/womens-hats/womens-trucker-hats-kelli/

5.) Elizabeth McKay:

This one can be a bit tough to find, but Elizabeth McKay is a hidden gem for women’s golf fashion. And this polo is a must-have for your fairway fashionista if she wants to be ahead of the curve. The red elephant print polo is the cutest top we’ve seen in a while.

$185

http://shop.emckay.com/product_p/4022.htm

6.) G-SHOCK watches:

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