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Toledo Golf Galaxy
(419) 843-5909
5223 Monroe St
Toledo, 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 : Jeff Friel
Turned Professional : 2008
Teaching Principles : My teaching philosophy is to stress the five fundamentals of stance, grip, posture, ball position, and alignment and how it affects your swing path. After successfully improving the swing path, I then look at the face angle at impact. I will choose simple drills to help the student without changing the entire swing.

Collins Park Golf Course
(419) 693-1991
624 Reineck Dr
Toledo, OH
 
Golf Galaxy
(419) 843-5909
5223 Monroe St
Toledo, OH
 
Dan Rodgers Sporting Goods
(419) 885-4648
5340 Monroe St
Toledo, OH
 
Bayview Retired Senior Golfer Association
(419) 726-8081
3900 N Summit St
Toledo, OH
 
South Toledo Golf Club
(419) 385-4678
3915 Heatherdowns Blvd
Toledo, OH
 
Golf Pro Shop
(419) 535-9756
4601 Dorr St Ste 2
Toledo, OH
 
North Towne Commons
(419) 269-2262
851 W Alexis Rd
Toledo, OH
 
Detwiler Golf Course
(419) 726-9353
4001 N Summit St
Toledo, OH
 
Boyko Golf Outing Favors
(419) 522-9742
154 Distl Avenue
Mansfield, OH
Services
800-327-9731

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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