Buying golf gifts for the non-golfing spouse (Hey, it's better than a blender!)
If my lovely and talented wife were a golfer, things would be a hell of a lot easier for me this time of year. But no. Despite the bag and clubs and balls and tees and other gear I have lavished upon her over the last couple of years, she’s not a golfer.
And a guy can keep trying, right? Maybe what she’s lacking is some stylish, saucy golf attire. It’d be better than a blender, right?
A month ago, I was sitting in an airport bar when I accidentally overhead a lovely young businesswoman complain on the phone about how hard it is to make golf sexy, lamenting the dearth of eye-catching golf attire. I just had to admit to my eavesdropping ways and recommend that she check out the golf fashion from LIJA by Linda Hipp. Hipp’s designs feature fitted cuts, bold colors, and playful lines – precisely what that woman in the airport was looking for.
Linda Hipp’s Green With Envy collection for LIJA is sassy, but not too sassy for the links.
And of course my lucky spouse will need some shoes to go with the LIJA threads. It is, after all, all about the shoes.
Ecco Golf has a new line of argyle-influenced footwear that harks back to classic styles while at the same time incorporating all the design features of today’s best golf shoes. The Casual Pitch Argyle line should be popular with both younger and older women golfers, and if it is, it’ll be a big seller this season.
Ecco Golf: It’s all about the shoes.
Now, if these golf goodies don’t meet with her approval this year, I will admit defeat. Next year, I will buy her a big rock instead.
A 12-pound rock.
Because maybe, just maybe, I can convince her to take up bowling.
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