Valentine’s Day is about a month away, and while tradition calls for men in a relationship to be the sole gift bearers on February 14th, many women still try to find something to show their love and appreciation. For those women who do not know what to give this year or are tired of giving the same thing, one gift idea we thought might be worth looking into is providing the gift of personalized golf balls.
Why Personalized Golf Balls?
If your husband or boyfriend is a dedicated golfer, a personalized golf ball will add an inkling of sentimental value to the round. Though it may wind up in the water or the woods before long—depending on the skill level of your significant other—the sheer fact that you went out of your way to provide a more personal experience on the course will be enough to leave him satisfied. Plus, it is something different besides the cologne, a gift certificate, tie or new shirt that you have given him in the past.
They Can Be Used For Decoration Or For Play
Whether or not they are used for play or decoration will be up to you or your husband/boyfriend, but it may also depend on how many you get him. Many golf balls are purchased in sets, usually sleeves of three to five, so if you are feeling very sentimental (or he is) you can keep a few to place in or around certain spots of your home.
Choose from a favorite phrase to imprint on the ball, a picture, a logo, or nickname so they can show their golf buddies they have come to play.
Where Can You Get Them?
There are many businesses both online and offline that will be able to do this for you. Many of them even allow you to personalize the best brands out there including Titleist, Nike and Callaway. Plus, if you are looking for a particular brand of golf balls you know your husband or boyfriend will love, you can also do a quick search on the Internet.
You can even personalize them to look something like this:
Personalized golf balls are the perfect gift to provide for Valentine’s Day. As the golf season is right around the corner, the gift allows your significant other to play their first round of the year with your custom designed ball.
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