The best professional golfers are accustomed to a certain lifestyle that us mere mortals can only dream of. When you play for the big bucks week in and week out and perform well, you’re allowed to indulge yourself with a few luxury items.
From fancy cars to watches and even jetpacks, and with only 2 weeks left until Father’s Day, here are 10 Tour pros and some of their high-priced toys to give you ideas for your dad.
2017 PGA Champion Justin Thomas cruises around town when he’s not on the golf course is this custom Range Rover by Dreamworks Motorsports, and she is a beauty. Sitting on 24″ Gravity Lexani wheels with Toyo tires, it’s got custom painted red brakes, a gloss black accent, matte gray wrap, and of course tinted windows. Being a multiple time winner and major champion on Tour has its perks. Being part of the 59 club is an added bonus as well.
Sergio Garcia proudly showed off his Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean “Deep Black” prior to his major breakthrough at the Masters. This GMT diver is built from a solid piece of ceramic and is powered by the Omega Master Chronometer caliber 8906, which is anti-magnetic and certified under the special Master Chronometer standards by METAS. Oh yeah, it also retails for $11,700.
Bubba Watson is anything but orthodox so it should be no surprise he’s the only player on the PGA Tour with his own jet pack. Unfortunately, he doesn’t travel from tournament to tournament in it. When you have two green jackets, you can afford to fly first class, or better yet, private.
The legend of John Daly continues to grow especially when you find out he’s got his own portable Jacuzzi he brings with him from Champions Tour event to PGA Tour event, then back again to Champions Tour event. There may not be a better description of Long John’s life than there is in this caption. Grip it and rip it!
Ian Poulter has a knack for showing off his cars, and he has every reason to considering his impressive collection of a variety of top manufacturers, but more specifically Ferraris. This here is his F40 which he apparently doesn’t take out too often. See how the sun is reflecting perfectly off of it in the picture? That’s why he’s a pro.
Jordan Spieth is a superstar on the golf course and a super spokesman of off it. While people will point to the shot he hit from the driving range and subsequent “go get that” putt which locked up the 2017 Open Championship, it was probably his Under Armour sleepwear. Sure sleepwear isn’t technically a toy, but it’s a luxury item that should be reserved only for major champions.
U.S. Open Champion Brooks Koepka showed off his beautiful Rolex Sky-Dweller on Instagram which retails for $17K. It features their signature Rolesor metal which combines gold and steel, black face, and 9001 movement.
Rory released these signature Bose headphone prior to the 2016 Masters. Unfortunately, they don’t count as a green jacket, something which is suspiciously missing from his closet.
Justin Rose has one toy that no other current golfer has and it is an Olympic gold medal. Rose emerged victorious for England during the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It was the first time golf was considered an official Olympic sport since 1904. While you can’t go out and just buy an Olympic medal, they do make plenty of World’s Greatest Dad medals which should do the trick.
You know those shades Henrik Stenson usually wears on the golf course? Yeah, those designs are his. The Big Swede owns his own eyeglass company conveniently called Henrik Stenson Eyewear, which not only produces exceptional sunglasses but everyday glasses as well just like these. Not bad when your toys have your own name on them. Just don’t expect to hit a golf ball like him if you wear a pair.