2017 Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Best golf deals and sales
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2017 Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Best golf deals and sales

You've had your Thanksgiving dinner, and now it's time to start thinking about the holidays -- whatever it is that you celebrate, including nothing at all. If you're a golfer or you're shopping for a golfer, that means scouring for the best golf deals and sales on 2017 Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

We here at Golf News Net want to help you find those deals and sales, so we're linking to the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals we can find online. We'll keep updating throughout the weekend and the holiday season with updated deals.

2017 Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Best golf deals and sales

Save $8 per dozen on Titleist Pro V1 golf balls: This is the time of year to stock up on golf balls, and you can save big on Pro V1 and Pro V1x.

Save $5 per dozen on TaylorMade TP5 golf balls: TaylorMade's TP5x has been a hit in Year 1, adding yards with longer irons. Reach more par 5s in two with these babies!

Save $8 per dozen on Callaway ChromeSoft golf balls: ChromeSoft has been a boon for Callaway in the golf ball market, and you can now get them for $32 per dozen.

Save $7.50 per dozen on Bridgestone Tour B golf balls: The newest Tour-tier ball from Bridgestone is a worthy successor, appealing to feel and distance-first players alike!

Save $7.50 per dozen on Bridgestone E6 golf balls: For most golfers, the E6 balls are a perfect blend of modern design and a great value. Stock up for just $22 per dozen.

$30 OFF Vokey SM6 wedges: Bob Vokey's wedges are a thing of beauty, and a new generation is coming out in 2018 (SM7). But you can now save $30 on the outgoing generation, which is still a great product now for $119!

Save $50 on TecTecTec VPRO500 laser rangefinder: Amazon's got a great deal on this laser rangefinder, which is going for $150. (You missed the $80 discount.) It's a strong first rangefinder and a way get one on your bag for cheap.

Save $50 on Nikon's Coolshot 80 VR laser rangefinder: We actually use this rangefinder, and it's awesome because it accounts for the shaking in your hands to help hit your target faster -- much like a digital camera would. These rangefinders are underappreciated, and you can get one for $230.

Save 20% on Snell Golf dozens and gear: Snell Golf makes two fantastic balls -- the Tour-caliber My Tour Ball and the reliable two-piece Get Sum. Save on their already low direct-to-consumer pricing!

Get Cleveland RTX 2.0 wedges for under $70 each: We're gaming the RTX 3.0s in 2017, but the RTX 2.0s are very good and a great value at under $70 each right now.

Save $30 on Secret Golf membership: Secret Golf is our instruction partner, and they're the best because you can learn how winning tour pros -- male and female -- play the game at a superior level, using a guided curriculum to improve. Get a year-long membership for just $45.

Save $30 on Odyssey O Works putters: The O Works line combines lots of Odyssey technologies, including the new microhinge insert. All putters in the line are discounted!

Save $55 on a CaddieTek push cart: You might love to walk but hate to carry your golf bag. This 3-wheel cart has storage galore, is easy to open and close and is lightweight for carrying and storing wherever you need.

Get 20% OFF your full order at GlobalGolf.com: This is an awesome deal, especially if you have plenty on your list.

Save $75 on Tathata Golf membership: Tathata Golf is a holistic golf instruction and training program, all done online, with videos, demos, discussions and more. The program is normally $200 per year for membership, but you can knock that down to $125 with promo code BLACK17!

2016 TaylorMade M1 drivers for just $250: Save half off the original price on the original M. It's a great driver with a host of customization options, while utilizing carbon fiber and other cutting-edge design materials.

Save $70 on the Garmin S20 golf GPS watch: This fully-featured watch may be about to be replaced, but this watch can do it all, including distances to specific targets, shot tracking compatibility and activity tracking. At $130, this is a great deal.

$60 OFF the Ogio Ozone stand bag: Always a good time of year to get a new bag, fresh for next season. Ogio is offering significant discounts on all of their bags, but $60 off this great stand bag was one we wanted to highlight.

Get a CaddyDaddy golf travel bag for under $60: CaddyDaddy makes some of the best golf travel bags on the market, and they're at a reasonable price. Save an additional $10 on Amazon with a coupon. Comes with a 1-year guarantee on damage!

Save $20 on Arccos Golf ordersGet started with golf-performance tracking by saving 20% on your total Arccos Golf purchase, which translates to about $50 in savings.

Callaway Golf's Eclipse Golf GPS is just $100: This GPS unit has 30,000 pre-loaded courses with front/center/back measurements, as well distances for layups to hazards and doglegs. The clip for your belt loop or golf bag is clutch.

Save 30% on Mission Belts: Mission Belt makes my favorite belt. You don't need loops; you just adjust using the buckle and a sliding rail system for a precision fit every time. Guys will love these. Use code CMONDAY30

Save 25% on Back 9 USA merch: Back 9 USA makes some of the best golf apparel in the biz, and their backwards 9 logo is fantastic. Save 25% off your purchase and get free shipping with the promo CYBER25 at checkout.

Save 20% on Tin Cup ball markers: Tin Cup makes fun ballmarkers stencils that let you mark your golf ball your way. Scores of designs are available. Use CYBER17 at checkout to lock in the savings.

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