10 Best Retirement Gifts For Golfers

Updated on: September 2020

Best Retirement Gifts For Golfers in 2020


Westmon Works Retirement Golf Balls Funny Gag Gift for Golfer Gift Pack, Set of 2

Westmon Works Retirement Golf Balls Funny Gag Gift for Golfer Gift Pack, Set of 2
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Emoji Golf Balls Deluxe Gift - Golf Gifts for Men, Women, Children - Gag Gift for The Golf Fan who has Everything Deluxe (14 Golf Balls, Fun)

Emoji Golf Balls Deluxe Gift - Golf Gifts for Men, Women, Children - Gag Gift for The Golf Fan who has Everything Deluxe (14 Golf Balls, Fun)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • WOW FACTOR - Personalize golf baskets and goody bags. A creative way to decorate emoji themed parties, party favors, golf birthday present, emoji birthday, add to emoji collection and emoji balls. Fun for the novice and Pro level golfer.
  • DISTINGUISH YOUR GOLF BALLS IN THE GAME - Original high quality artwork so that your golf ball stands out in the game from other players. Also makes a great companion token. Standard 2 layer/piece real practice golf balls, durable professional quality. Ideal for a golfer with a sense of love and humor. Also appropriate and fun for classy golf tournament prizes and goody bags. Fun with gag golfing surprises like exploding, foam, noodle, LED, neon, night, soccer, pink, colored golf balls.
  • QUALITY GOLF GIFT FOR VARIOUS OCCASIONS such as Retirement gag gift, birthday, golf camp, youth golf camps, putting practice, holidays and much more.
  • PRICELESS AWWW REACTIONS - Watch the happy, surprised expression of friends, family and loved ones when you surprise them with a cute golf gift. Sneak one (or multiple) yellow emoji balls into a new set of regular golf balls and watch their reactions. Fun ideas include: emoji supplies, costume, pinata, classroom and school games, invitations, decorations, toppers, way to rate movie and scores.
  • MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - 1 year manufacturer money back guarantee. Buy with confidence! Unlike cheaper balls, Bullfrog Emoji balls will not fall apart and damage your golfing equipment. 13 Yellow golfballs & 1 green golf ball.

Liif Golf Cart Greeting Pop Up Card for All Occasions, Retirement, Happy Birthday Card, Fathers Day Card, Golf Gifts for Men, Women, Novelty Gifts, Unique Gifts for Golfer Fans Coworker

Liif Golf Cart Greeting Pop Up Card for All Occasions, Retirement, Happy Birthday Card, Fathers Day Card, Golf Gifts for Men, Women, Novelty Gifts, Unique Gifts for Golfer Fans Coworker
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • The outline of a little green golf cart graces the cover of the simple yet attractive Golf Buggy 3D pop-up card. When you open the card, the lively green base will remind you of a manicured golf course where enthusiasts practice their strokes with precision. The delightful green buggy looks very realistic and has a set of clubs at the back.
  • The golf buggy pop up card is painstakingly handcrafted and reflects the pure emotions. It is surely a great way to surprise and greet your loved one
  • The card is made of high quality material and comes in a single poly bag enclosed with corresponding envelope.
  • The golf buggy card is 7.9 in. x 5.9 in. ( 200 mm x 150 mm )
  • There’s plenty of space to include a personal note

EnjoyLife Inc Retirement w/Golfer Golf Ball Gift Set

EnjoyLife Inc Retirement w/Golfer Golf Ball Gift Set
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Perfect gift for your Special Occasion!
  • 1 Golf Ball Gift Set (Set of 3 Golf Balls) comes packaged in a clear plastic sleeve

Westmon Works Happy Retirement Set of 2 Golf Ball Golfer Gift Pack

Westmon Works Happy Retirement Set of 2 Golf Ball Golfer Gift Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • These are real golf balls with printed on logos and images.
  • Golf balls come neatly boxed in a plastic presentaion case.
  • Also includes green insert with attachment cushions to stick the on the golf balls
  • Comes bagged with official Westin Works product logo on the bag

Retirement Gifts For Men, Golf, Christmas Gifts, Dad, Teacher, Coworker, Boss, Funny Golfer Wine Glass Mug

Retirement Gifts For Men, Golf, Christmas Gifts, Dad, Teacher, Coworker, Boss, Funny Golfer Wine Glass Mug
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • ❤【Please Every Retiring Man】❤ Perfect custom for the retirement theme.Retirement gag gifts are sure to be the talk of the retirement party.
  • ❤【Bring A Smile】❤ The recipients can use these mugs with sweet texts on it while enjoying his tasty beverage!
  • ❤【Classy & Elegant】❤ It's a absolute stylistic gift choice to him.Make the retirement person feel Recognized, Appreciated and Important with His Own Wine Glass!
  • ❤【Unforgettable Gift】❤ Perfect gifts for friends or families.He will be excited and feel your heart.It will bring back amazing memories when he continue to use it!
  • ❤❤【Exquisite & Advanced Gift Box Packaging】 Each mug is individually crafted and carefully packaged in a durable gift box, perfect to present as a gift for the awesome retiring man.

GiftsForYouNow Congrats Retirement Personalized Golf Ball Set

GiftsForYouNow Congrats Retirement Personalized Golf Ball Set
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Contains six name-brand golf balls
  • Design is printed directly onto ball at no additional cost

Stainless Steel Golf Ball Markers Gift for Retiree, Golf Gift for Retirement, Retired Gone Golfing.

Stainless Steel Golf Ball Markers Gift for Retiree, Golf Gift for Retirement, Retired Gone Golfing.
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020

BenShot Pint Glass with Real Golf Ball Made in the USA

BenShot Pint Glass with Real Golf Ball Made in the USA
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Westman Works Happy Retirement Boss Golf Ball Golfer Gift Pack, Set of 2

Westman Works Happy Retirement Boss Golf Ball Golfer Gift Pack, Set of 2
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • These are real golf balls with printed on logos and images.
  • Golf balls come neatly boxed in a plastic presentaion case.
  • Also includes green insert with attachment cushions to stick the on the golf balls
  • Comes bagged with official Westin Works product logo on the bag

Best Gift Ideas for Men

Ladies.... you may think you have this gift giving thing down pat. Of course, it can't hurt to take a look. Maybe you will find yourself inspired. Or maybe I will have simply re-itterated what you already knew. Take a look and see.

Ladies. Listen up! Surely those of you who read my gift list aimed at men didn't think you were going to get off so easily. Women aren't exactly the best gift givers either. One of the only benefits to being a "two-spirited" person, is understanding firsthand what's really happening between the genders. Read. Learn. Follow Suit. It will make for a better holiday season and a better year all around. Here are the top ten gift ideas for the man you love:

1) Something that helps him to further his vocational goals- Is your hubby a salesman? Send him to a sales conference. Is he a Contractor? Buy him that new power tool he wants but won't buy because he's measured the benefits against how much he thinks you'll bitch at him for spending the money. Is he a writer? Buy him books on writing better, or buy him a laptop so he isn't tethered to his desk when writing. Whatever it is, the fact is that when you take an interest in making his work environment better, you are showing him that you appreciate the effort he puts in. How often have you had an argument with him about the time he isn't spending with you only to have him not get it… only to hear him scream about how he's "bustin' his ass to make sure the family has a good lifestyle"?. The fact is that men show their love by providing. They feel best about themselves when they can point at how well they have treated those they love (materially). Show him that his efforts are important to you too.

2) Something that helps him get his mind off of work- While at first glance, this seems contradictory to the item above, it's not. It's supplemental. While a man's work is often one of his greatest sources of joy, it's also one of his greatest sources of stress. (The other one is his family. He just worries about it differently than you do)Figure out what he likes… even if it's watching old movies by himself or channel flipping, and give him something that makes that experience more enjoyable. Some men get off on watching sports. For others it's computer gaming. For some it's reading. For others it's climbing rocks or mountain biking. Some collect things. Others fix up old cars. It doesn't matter what it is. It's exclusively his and most of the time he doesn't want anyone around with him while he's doing it unless that person is A) not you. B) Someone who doesn't have to be brought up to speed. The exception may be one of your children… the one that is fully into whatever the activity is that drives your husband. When a man involves himself in a hobby, he's trying to get away from anything that brings him stress. He may take the boy to the hockey game, or show the child how to build a hotrod but rest assured, there will be no talk of grades, fights at school or anything else save the pure essence of hockey, hot rods, or whatever the task at hand is. They will talk about every player… every team… every blocked score… etc. They will not talk about the stuff that matters to you…or even to him. That's not what hobby time is about. If you haven't figured it out yet, men categorize their lives. If it doesn't fit in the category, he doesn't want it there. That's okay. Help him enjoy something that doesn't stress him…and don't take it personally that you are one of his biggest causes of stress. The fact is that the moment you aren't one of his causes of stress is the moment he has stopped loving you. We only attach emotions to the things we care about.


3) Something that isn't trying to change him. Ladies, if he prefers t-shirts, don't buy him a dress shirt as a gift. While it may be abundantly clear to you that he needs such a thing, the fact is that the holidays aren't about buying each other necessities. That's the whole rest of the year. At Christmas, celebrate the man you have, not the man you dreamed you'd have. Oh sure… he'll ooh and ahh about whatever it is you got him, because his mother trained him well, but he won't really be into it. When you are choosing gifts always ask yourself: "Is this something he wants or something I want for him? Men are pretty good about just being themselves. You chose him… not the ideal of him. If you chose the ideal of him… chose him as raw material that could be molded, you made a bad choice. Show your love for the man you have, not the one you wish you have.


4) Something he doesn't need-He may need socks, but he doesn't need you to put pretty paper and ribbons on them. Buy them. Put them in a drawer. Take out his six rattiest pairs. Throw them away. Be done with it. Socks are not gifts for the man you love. They are copouts and you know it. If you don't want him to buy you that new vacuum cleaner you need or those comfortable shoes for work… the ones you swore as a teenager that you'd never wear, then don't buy him stuff he needs and call it a gift.


5) A coupon book full of the things you don't like doing but that he loves- Yes… ladies, you might need knee pads for this one, but so be it. Do you love the man or don't you? One special note about the coupon thing. If you are going to put conditions on the usage of the coupons, add them to the coupons. Don't come up with conditions after the fact. Otherwise this gift is just a copout and he will throw the thing in a drawer and forget about it. As much as you may prefer it that way, it's a gift, and gifts should be enjoyed.


6) Something that he can enjoy with the guys. There is an old joke that says "Invite a single guy to a party and his first question is 'will there be girls there?'. Ask a married man the same question and he will respond by asking, 'Will there be guys there?'". The reality is that while your man enjoys your companionship, (Yes… you can be his greatest source of stress and still enjoy your companionship) time with you and the kids leaves a big hole in his life that only men can fill. Men need to experience camaraderie with other men. They need to 'howl at the moon' so to speak. Despite your concerns that his friends are juvenile losers who will drag him to strip clubs and convince him of silly things like "eating is not cheating", the reality is that if he chose you, he knows what he has at home. On the whole, guys…even the partiers, are pretty good at reminding men of their marriage vows/ relationships. Why? Single men want to be in a relationship and men in relationships rarely want to be single. When your man is with the guys, trust me when I tell you that he's left with a hole in his world that can only be filled by you. Let him go out and play with his friends, and don't make him feel guilty for not spending more time with you. Would you chastise your son or daughter for going out with friends? Don't do it to your husband. The death knell of a relationship is the point at which time with you becomes a chore.


7) Something that makes him feel like a man. For every man this is different. For some, it's power tools. For others it's a project car. For others it's something sports oriented. Even if you married a total pussy stamp collector who dresses hair for a living and swears he's straight… the type who wouldn't stand a fighting chance against the neighbors mean little six-year old daughter, he enjoys feeling like a man on occasion. More often than not, men need physical or verbal challenges to feel like men… something to surmount… something that gets the testosterone flowing and makes him want to grunt and growl. Some men need this more than others, but all men need it. Find what it is that makes your man growl like a Klingon. You'll be glad you did.


8) Something that makes him feel smarter or funnier. Men marry women who laugh at their jokes and make them feel brilliant. The problem is, about the time you said "I do", you realized his jokes were stale, tired, often repeated, overused, and highly predictable. Not only that, but you figured out that just because he drools and makes weird contorted sounds didn't exactly make him Steven Hawking. In fact, you became fairly convinced that your little idiot savant is just a garden variety idiot. He talks about all the women he could have, and you just roll your eyes, as if you are the only one on earth dumb enough to have chosen him. You need to laugh again, but he knows you well enough to know your fake laugh from the real thing. I suggest getting him something that stimulates either his brain or his sense of humor. Yeah… you will have to buy him something similar on another holiday, but it beats poisoning his supper in an effort to avoid hearing the same joke one more friggin' time.


9) Something he's shown interest in but has never tried. Some of you reading have been reading along and have been lost because your husband has no hobbies and isn't really into sports and such. He's expressed an interest in a few things, but never just bitten the bullet and tried something to see if he likes it. Maybe send him on a day trip in a kayak or canoe. Maybe buy him roller blades. I don't know what it is that he's expressed interest in, but if you give it to him he'll try it. Maybe he'll like it. Maybe he won't. However, he will have tried it and he will enjoy that he tried it. It's one thing to expand his horizons. It's another to try to change him. If you give him something designed to look like the man you wish you had, leave it at the store. If, on the other hand, it's something designed to give him a chance at becoming the man he has expressed interest in becoming then you probably have your answer.


10) Lingerie- It's for him, but you will be doing the wearing. Enough said.


I hope this has been helpful for you and that you have a wonderful Holiday season. Cheers!