5 Father’s Day Gift Suggestions
For the “Golfing Dad” who has everything.
Father’s Day 2018 is just around the corner. If your Father is a golfer, and you have yet to purchase a Father’s Day Gift, this message is for you.
My wife and son claim they can never figure out what to give me for Father’s Day, or any other time of year. Most likely, your Father falls into the same category as me, Why? Because you and everyone else believes Dad already has everything he wants. Wrong! Or you’re not listening to the subtle hints he provides you all year long.
I’m a Father and I’ll fill you in on a secret most all Dad’s keep to themselves. Dad is never going to directly tell you what he wants, or what he needs. If he needs something, he’ll go out and get it himself. If he wants it, he’ll keep it secret, so he can provide you what you want.
So it’s time to get off your duff and start remembering the hints Dad provided you recently, especially about his golf game. Think creatively about what your “Golfing Dad” really wants for a Father’s Day Gift. Here are 5 suggestions for you.
Father’s Day Gift Suggestion #1 – A Golf Skills Evaluation
Most likely, your Father believes his current golf skills are right where they should be to play golf at a level better than he’s actually capable of playing to right now. How do I know this? I’m a Father, a golfer, and I am most of the “Golfing Dads” I coach believe this to e true. So why not purchase a Father’s Day Gift that provides the opportunity for the Dad who believes his skills are great right now?
A Golf Skills Evaluation is a 30-Minute objective test, using state-of-the-art technology to determine Golfer Dad’s strengths and weaknesses. We’ll provide him with a suggestion or 2 along the way that may help him play better golf with his current skills. After the evaluation, Golfer Dad will have the opportunity to play 18-holes of golf on one of Orlando’s Best Public Golf Courses, Falcon’s Fire Golf Club. For more information, CLICK HERE
Father’s Day Gift Suggestion #2 – An Equipment Fitting
Dad can’t wear the suit he just purchased off the rack from a fine men’s store, right out the door. He’d look a little foolish doing so and you’d never want your friends to see him with you dressed like that. You’d be surprised how many Fathers play golf play with ill-fitted equipment. That’s why a Father’s Day Gift of an Equipment Fitting Session makes perfect sense.
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ion, spotlighting Callaway Golf Equipment. If Dad decides he really needs/wants the new equipment (remember the secret I told you about earlier), the cost of the Equipment Fitting Session is applied to the cost of his new equipment. You can work out the details of how to pay for the new equipment later with Dad.
Father’s Day Gift Suggestion #3 – FlightScope Mevo
Chances are if your Golfing Father has taken a golf lesson or 2 in the past couple years, he has experienced radar technology that traces the ball, just like you see on TV. That technology is now available at an affordable price, the FlightScope Mevo.
Small enough to carry in the front pocket of Dad’s shirt, FlightScope Mevo is an outstanding Father’s Day Gift for the golfer who truly does have everything. Dad can use Mevo on the practice range, on the course, or anywhere else he hits a golf shot. Mevo connects to his mobile device through a free app. And the app allows Dad to capture and upload his swing video and data to send to me for analysis. If you purchase a FlightScope Mevo through me, the video analysis is free!
Father’s Day Gift Suggestion #4 – A Golf Lessons Gift Certificate
You just found out through a Golf Skills Evaluation Dad is not the golfer he thinks he is. Or, you constantly hear Dad gripe and complain about his last round of golf, stating he’ll never play again. Yet, he still goes out to prove to himself he can do it. If this describes your Golfing Dad, its time he faces reality. Force him to give up living Freud’s definition of insanity. It’s time for golf lessons!
I offer a variety of Golf Lessons that fit every golfers’ needs and schedules. And because you may not know exactly what type of lesson Dad may need, you can purchase a Golf Lesson Gift Certificate for any amount. Within 12-hours of purchase, I’ll send you a customize a gift certificate you can print and present to Dad, allowing Dad to choose what he wants. When you give him Golf Lessons as a Father’s Day Gift, Dad has no choice but to take the Golf Lessons he was needing and wanting now. Plus, getting your Dad Golf Lessons should eliminate constantly hearing his frustrations.
Father’s Day Gift Suggestion #5 – An Exclusive Golfing Trip
If your Father likes to travel and play America’s Best Golf Courses, I have the ultimate “Golfing Dad” Father’s Day Gift idea for you. And only 60 Dad’s in the world will receive this gift!
This coming fall, I’ll be taking 3 Amateur Golfers to play in The Callaway Invitational. This is an all-inclusive, 3-day event featuring golf and luxury accommodations at The Broadmoor Resort, a 5-Star Resort Property in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Callaway Golf is our host. A very generous gift bag of items your Golfing Dad surely needs and wants will great him upon arrival. You Father will play both golf courses, perennially ranked as 2 of the best golf courses in America. All meals and other activities are included. And if Mom says Dad can’t go without her, there are spouse activities for Mom to do so she feels special too.
I currently have 2 spots left for this one-of-a-kind golfer’s trip. If you’re interested in giving this exclusive and great Father’s Day Gift to Dad, call me or email me. I’ll send you the details.
Father’s Day Gift Summary
Remember Dad will not tell you what he wants. And if he’s reading this post and finds something he really “needs,” he’ll be purchasing it before you can.
Moral to the story – Its best not to procrastinate your Father’s Day Gift purchase. If your Dad is a golfer and you’re not, when you’re given 5 great suggestions for a fantastic Father’s Day Gift, choose and purchase one immediately! Come June 17, 2018, Father’s Day, you’ll be proud and happy you did.