Father’s Day 2023: Treat Dad To These Golf Goodies

Forget about dad’s birthday; Father’s Day is the one time of year when you, along with the masses, get to spoil the main man in your life. 

Pancakes for breakfast hit the spot. Another necktie, well, that’s so out of vogue. Amazing gifts which play to dad’s deep passion for golf, golf and more golf are the most personal way to go. 

Here are five somewhat under-the-radar golf gift recommendations:


Several years after guiding Travis Mathew to its acquisition by Callaway, Chris Rosaasen recently launched Extracurricular, the new men’s golf-lifestyle apparel that’s off to a flying start. 

The brand celebrates time well spent with multi-hyphenate gents especially loving Extracurricular’s classic pieces that take them from the greens to cocktails and everything between. 

Fabrications are luxe and substantive. Cuts are comfortable and align with athletic and everyday movements. A tight range of polos, tees, second layers, bottoms and hats are in fun yet classic colors with designs sporting a twang of edge. Tour players love Extracurricular – dad will, too.


On Course Foundation

Donating to military veterans through our love for golf is the epitome of giving.

On Course Foundation  improves and saves lives of more than 2,000 Service men and women by using golf as vehicle for their physical and mental recoveries, harvesting their newfound confidence into careers in golf.  Programs in 15 major regions across America teach golf playing skills and golf business skills. 

On Course Foundation then places them in jobs at Callaway, Topgolf, Marriott Golf, Invited and other golf companies, as well as golf courses, country clubs and resorts.  The organization was founded by John Simpson, the longtime IMG executive who managed business affairs for Nick Faldo, Nick Price, Vijay Singh, Bernhard Langer and other stars. 

To donate in the name of your dad:  www.oncoursefoundationusa.org/donate


The company’s premium golf shoelaces are available in more than 70 colors and patterns.

Made in the USA from ultra-durable poly-nylon weave with an appropriate amount of stretch, Whiskers laces feature high-grade aglets that withstand tough conditions and are slim wrapped to fit skinny eyelets. 

On any given tournament week, Whiskers golf laces are worn by more than 75 PGA and LPGA Tour players and their caddies in FootJoy, adidas, Nike, Puma, ECCO and other leading shoe brands. 

Amateur golfers also match laces with their shirts, hats, belts, pants and shoes, adding color pop and personality to dad’s wardrobes.  Single pairs ($15), three packs ($40) and “fivers” ($60).  www.whiskerslaces.com.

TRUE linkswear

Now that peak golf season is here, TRUE has launched its exciting new “Tour Collection” featuring the highly anticipated LUX Tour and OG Tour golf shoes. Simply put, the Moore brothers are providing golfers with an intriguing mix of high-performance, stylish options for the golf season.

The LUX Tour shoe is TRUE’s take on the modern performance golf shoe designed to the rigorous standards of its PGA TOUR staff, including co-founder Ryan Moore, Joel Dahmen and Chris Kirk. And building on the legacy of the LUX Pro, it boasts subtle-yet-significant improvements to style, quality, fit and function, according to TRUE’s designers. www.truelinkswear.com.


If you treat dad to a Father’s Day gift, it’s hard to leave mom out of the festivities. As such, LOHLA SPORT is for you. 

Run, don’t walk to get her this brand’s premium ladies golf-lifestyle apparel. Founded in 2021 by Lisa O’Hurley (husband John is of “Seinfeld” fame), tops, bottoms, skorts and outerwear feature European designs with L.A. flair. 

They’re playful, colorful and classy, and transition seamlessly from the course to the office and social settings. The Very Pant and Golf Fitness Pant are especially popular, typifying “comfortable chic.” LOHLA SPORT is ushering in “Golfleisure,” akin to Lululemon’s “Athleisure” craze. Annika Sorenstam exclusively wears LOHLA SPORT.

Sizes XXS to XXL. MSRP $80 to $260, accessories $30 to $40.  www.lohlasport.com.