2018 Christmas and holiday shopping: Best golf deals, sales and last-minute ideas
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2018 Christmas and holiday shopping: Best golf deals, sales and last-minute ideas

The Christmas and holiday shopping season is now underway. You may have missed the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Maybe you prefer to do your holiday shopping a little closer to the actual holidays. You could be a procrastinator, like I can be.

Well, procrastinators need to buy holiday gifts, too. So, if you're a procrastinator looking for the best golf deals, sales and last-minute ideas for the golfer in your life (including yourself), we've got you covered.

Here at Golf News Net, we're tracking the best available deals as they come and go from late November through to Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas and the New Year.

2018 Christmas and holiday shopping: Best golf deals and sales

Save 20% on all 2UNDR underwear and apparel: We've told you all year about our friends 2UNDR, makers of the best darn underwear in the world, including specialty underwear for golf, working out, sleeping and common wear. They make great loungewear and T-shirts and socks, too! Use the promo code GNN20 to save 20% on your whole order!

Save $8/dozen on Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1X golf balls: Titleist is coming out with 2019 Pro V1s, and they're moving the old generation at $39.99 per dozen. Stock up!

Save 10% on a variety of products at Rain or Shine Golf through Dec. 16: The rare deal beyond Cyber Monday, Rain or Shine Golf is offering an extra 10 percent off on GPS units, laser rangefinders, Arccos Caddie sensors, putting greens, golf mats and golf nets through Dec. 16 with the promo code SANTA at checkout.

Get the Ernest Sports ES12 launch monitor for $199: If you're looking for an entry-level launch monitor, the Ernest Sports ES12 is a great choice. It's lightweight, works easily, and it connects to apps for your mobile phone which can display and parse your data, offer recommendations for on-course play and so much more. You're saving $50 on the ES12 through Rain or Shine Golf.

Save $300 on a SkyTrak home simulator unit: If you've had your eye on buying a SkyTrak, now's the time to do it. Our friends at Rain or Shine Golf are knocking $300 off the price, getting it down to $1,695. They also have loads of expertise to help you get your new indoor golf setup ready ASAP!

Save $10/dozen on TaylorMade TP5 and TP5X golf balls: TaylorMade appears set to introduce the successor to the TP5 and TP5X, so they're liquidating the original models at $34.95 per dozen! TIP: Try the TP5X!

Get Srixon Z-Star and Z-Star XV golf balls for $29.99/dozen: Srixon is going to announce their new high-end ball, and so they're moving the current gen ball -- which is very good -- for $30 per dozen.

Save $7/dozen on Snell Golf MTB Black and MTB Red: If Snell Golf balls are your jam (and they are mine), then you should hop on the savings at Amazon and get their Tour-caliber balls for an absurd $26/dozen.

Get $385 off on a Callaway Traverse electric golf cart: If you've ever wanted to have an electric-powered push cart, then this is a great opportunity. You'll save nearly $400 on this capable Callaway model, driving the price under $1,000. These units can often be priced close to $2,000, so this is a great (albeit expensive) deal.

Save $100 on Callaway Rogue drivers: The replacement for the Rogue is coming, and that means Callaway is discounting its current lead driver down to $399.99 (and fairway woods down to $249.99).

Save $80 on a Bag Boy Chiller cart bag: Bag Boy makes some great bags and travel equipment, and their Chiller bag has nine pockets with plenty of storage for cart riders, as well a removable insulated cooler bag which can hold 12 cans for beverages. The bag is now $110!

Buy FootJoy's great Pro SL shoes (previous gen) for just $110: So many people swear by FootJoy's Pro SL shoes, but the company has introduced a new generation. That means you can save $50 on the prior generation in this spikeless stud.

Save $60 on Shot Scope V2 package: Shot Scope makes a great product for golf performance tracking, combining a GPS watch which doubles as a sensor reader for the sensors which are screwed in your grips. No tapping to prep the sensor, no app on your phone to drain it. The package is $189!

Save $70 on the Voice Caddie SC200 portable starter launch monitor: If you're looking to get a taste of what a launch monitor can do for your game and your practice, the SC200 is a solid unit. They've dropped the price from $350 down to $280, and this unit will give you exact distances for how far you hit your clubs, games to play on the range a and a unit you can even use on the course.

Grab a Caddy Daddy travel bag for under $65: Caddy Daddy makes some of the best travel bags, filled with features for great prices. At just $70, this Constrictor 2 travel cover offers everything you need to make traveling with your golf clubs easier.

Save $50 on Bushnell's Phantom GPS unit: Bushnell's handheld Phantom GPS is small, colorful, easy to use and a great value for the holidays at just $80 each.

Save $50 on Garmin's Approach S20 GPS watch: If you prefer your GPS watch goes on your wrist and not in your pocket, Garmin is hard to beat. Not only does it automatically measure all of your shorts, but it offers distances to targets of all kinds and tracks your activity on the golf course...all for $149.99

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