The BEST last-minute golf gift: A full-bag fitting with Club Champion
It’s two days before Christmas, and somehow it snuck up on me again. As my wife made her 40th trip up the stairs from her gift-wrapping in the basement and placed another armful of impeccable packages under the tree, she casually asked me, “Have you gotten all your shopping done?”
In a sudden cold sweat, I answered, “I have some ideas.”
Then, as is our Christmas tradition, she gave me the gift of “divorce eyes,” and I lavished her with apologies and promises never, ever to neglect Christmas again.
So, long story short, I was up early today scrambling for gift ideas.
If this holiday season has taken you by surprise too, and you’re looking for the perfect gift for golfers in your life, I can think of no gift that will keep on giving all year more than a full-bag club-fitting.
These days, nearly every club pro has the training and equipment to do a fitting. But most club pros are wedded to one or two equipment brands, and their fitting training varies widely from club to club.
If you want to ensure a precision fitting and have the opportunity to hit clubs from every major equipment manufacturer, Club Champion is the market leader in premium, full-service club-fitting.
Club Champion has fitting centers in 16 locations across the U.S., from Orlando to Seattle. You can get fit for every club in your bag, from putter to driver (3.5 hours, $350), or just some subset of your clubs (e.g., driver or irons – 1.5 hours, $150; wedges – 1 hour, $80).
Even better, according to the Club Champion website, there is currently a seasonal deal whereby you can get up to 50% off a full-bag fitting or 33% off all other fittings.
Best of all, if you give the golfers on your list fittings, you don’t have to worry about fighting holiday crowds or getting a delivery before Christmas (because, let’s face it, that ship has sailed for us).
Unfortunately, my wife doesn’t golf, so this great idea doesn’t help me in that department.
Maybe some fancy make-up, so those divorce eyes will really pop?
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