18 Days of Golf, Gift 7: KenRick golf belts
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18 Days of Golf, Gift 7: KenRick golf belts

For Gift 7 of the 18 Days of Golf, we have something that even Santa himself could appreciate.

Having a go-to golf belt is key. It has to look good, fit well and function well. KenRick golf belts do just that. They're available in leather and ribbon webbing options, with the latter having a variety of different designs that either appeal to patriotism or your love of golf.

No matter the style you choose, though, KenRick golf belts have a particularly cool feature. At the tip end of the belt opposite the buckle end, there's an integrated divot repair tool with a hidden ball marker. When you get to the green, just go to the belt and easily pull out the divot repair tool to fix your ball mark. Then drop down the ball marker, replace the divot tool, and you're ready to roll on the greens. It's a clever feature that saves time.

KenRick golf belts range from $59-$119 normally, but we're giving away the Tee'd Up ribbon belt through our Twitter account. All you have to do to enter is follow @GolfNewsNet on Twitter and retweet our KenRick contest tweet before 12/9 at midnight Eastern. Good luck!

And if you don't win the contest but want a KenRick belt for someone you know, then use the checkout code "GNN" to save 10% on your order!

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