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13 December 2018

Christmas Gearguide

Is there a golfer in your life and you can't tell the difference from a Titleist and a tee? Fortunately, we at Golf Asia have curated a yuletide gift guide, grouped according to how much you love that golfer. Feliz navidad.

$100 and below

Titleist Pro V1 and V1x

$59.99

The number 1 ball in golf, The Titleist Pro V1 and V1x ensures ensures a smile, along with total performance regardless of skill level. In limited edition holiday packaging so you can spread the joy.


Volvik Vivid Golf Balls

$52

Longer distance from lower swing speeds. You love your golf but you’re not so serious that you forget to have fun with Volvik’s 3-piece matte finished high-visibility ball; it’s playful yet practical.



Katana Basic Polo

$35

This Japanese classic has never left the shelves for good reason. Styled with exceptional playability and feel, stay comfortable on and off the course.


TaylorMade TP5 and TP5x

$86.25

5 is for the number of layers. Why? For a golf ball that’s optimised for every club in the bag for no more compromises. If the best Tour players helped in its creation, you can can expect that it’s long and stops on a dime.


Wilson Staff DUO Soft

$36

The original low compression golf ball that started a soft revolution is not only still the softest, longest and straightest, now it's even longer, more durable, higher launching and even faster.


Gosen Travel Cover With Wheel

$79.00

Black and navy camo is a great colour combo for travel, never worry about stains. Wheeled with dual handles front and at the top, where it’s roomy enough for bulkier bag tops, this cover offers the enough protection without adding weight.


Gosen Half Set Stand Bag

$69.00

Sunday golfer, this bag’s for you. In fashionable digital camo, this light sized stand bag is perfect for a 9 hole walkabout. And it’s got ample storage to boot.


Up to $300


Titleist Vokey SM7

$220

The Ferrari of wedges, if there ever was one. Maximum spin, control, consistency, and looks; there’s a mind boggling array of options to suit any swing. It's like getting custom fitted without being custom fitted.


TaylorMade MG HI-TOE Wedge

$261.25

A high toe equals lower launch, yet more control from a variety of lies. From full strikes to flop shots, they’ll be calling you the Artful Dodger with so many escape options. And that shade of copper… so cool!



TaylorMade Cart Bag

$199

Keep your clubs looking smart in TaylorMade’s cart bag, in navy blue and grey with white detailing for accent. This looker does the business with smooth running zippers and large metal zip tagsfor an easy grip.


Sun Mountain Pathfinder 3 Push Cart

$259

2 steps to fold, step 3 to store, as compact as can be. Skinny in size, the Pathfinder 3 doesn’t skimp on course convenience. Storage is via the accessory console, mesh basket and velour-lined pouch.


Asics GEL-ACE PRO 3 BOA

$199

A professional model that demonstrates excellent stability and grip in all lies.

Stability in various rays on the course and a new sole structure pursuing grip power.


Skechers Women Go Golf Eagle Major

$139

Get maximum comfort and style on the course with the Skechers GO GOLF™ Eagle - Major golf shoe. Advanced GOwalk® series inspired comfort with sporty styling in a spikeless lightweight golf shoe.


PGA Tour Hard Shell Travel Cover

$159

Wrapping a towel to protect your clubs is still an iffy proposition when travelling. A hard shell top keeps your clubs safe so you’re never sorry on arrival. Tuck the soft canvas body into the hard shell for easy storage.



$300 and beyond


Titleist TS2 and TS3 Drivers

$736

In case you haven’t heard, TS for Titleist Speed, marks a peerless pursuit of speed where every micron and milligram matter. Choose from forgiveness (TS2) or control (TS3).


Footjoy FJ Pro/SL Boa

$310

There’s reason why these are the hottest shoes on tour. 233 points of traction take on any weather and any lie. And for that extra pizzaz, visit MyJoys online to customise each pair for that personalised touch.


Honma PP-201 Gold Plated Putter

$1,288

While tungsten weighting adds a deeper CG for improved ball roll, Honma’s Beres speaks of apremium look and feel. Precise milling,gold and black detailing, this putter will turn heads and sink putts.


TaylorMade Spider Mini Putter

$498.75

Mini size, maxi performance. A sleek mallet that releases more like a blade, no more stubbing a wing into the ground on the backswing. Pure Roll and a new T-sightline ushers the ball into the hole.


Nikon Coolshot Pro Stabilized

$799

Chock full of features, the Coolshot Pro is all you need to to range in with precision up or downhill, with Nikon clarity up to 1,200 yards away. Stablized means it’s easy targeting the flagstick.


PING Sigma 2 Fetch

$486.85

Featuring a new Dual-Durometer insert for a softer, more responsive feel, and proprietary length adjustment from 32” to 36” for a better fit, ergo better putting performance. And that hole in its middle is why it’s called Fetch.


Mega Hardcore 9035

$350

Mega’s travel case is anything but huge, compact enough for a full complement of clubs, andhardcore in keeping your clubs intact while in transit. Comes with a Christmas gift of a Porterline boston bag.


Porterline Air 908S

$399

The travel bag that set the industry standard, Porterline’s Air 908S hybrid bag keeps pace with the jetsetting golfer on the go. Always ready for the airport and the tee box. Comes with a Christmas gift of a boston bag.


Bushnell Excel

$350

Bluetooth connectivity to a smartphone elevates the Excel GPS to smartwatch level. Get course updates, receive call, messaging and calendar notifications, and get the distance to the pin as well. Battery life is for 3 rounds of golf.


Callaway Tour Golf Bag

$630

A perfect replica of the bags pros like Phil Mickelson use. Fits both left and right handed golfers and super stable, the tour edition has all the bells and whistles any golfer would need to look the part of a tour pro.


MGI Hunter Electric Cart

$1,450

Powerful, quiet and easy to use, the MGI Hunter electric cart’ssurprising standards include seat, umbrella holder and sand bucket loop. It’s almost like having a live caddy with you.