Best golf accessories according to redditors

We found 131 Reddit comments discussing the best golf accessories. We ranked the 85 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Golf duffle bags
Golf club grip repair kits
Golf club head covers
Golf handbags
Golf shoe bags
Golf spike wrenches
Golf spikes
Golf travel covers
Golf pin flags
Golf bracelets
Golf gtrunk organizers

Top Reddit comments about Golf Accessories:

u/scoggydoogan · 4 pointsr/golf
u/sterlingarcher0069 · 3 pointsr/golf

Karma Velvet grips. $35 CDN for 13 and a gripping set. I don't like to spend too much on grips.

u/GreenLanternGolf · 3 pointsr/golf

Blade style

Mallet style


(Note: these aren't affiliate links or anything. Just helping out!)

u/JoeRudisghost · 3 pointsr/golf

I bought one of these

Considering my irons were $1000, driver $400, putter $300, wedges $100 bucks apiece, and my 4 wood around $200, $150 bucks on a sturdy hard case is nothing. I have no worries about them at all. I have owned it for 4 years and never once had a problem.

People like soft cases for some reason, probably cause they can pack their clothes and save on baggage fees, but I always fly southwest and this qualifies as one free bag, and my suitcase my second free bag.

I personally would never use a soft case. Yes, I know a lot of pro's use the Club Glove, but a lot of pro's also fly private jets to tournaments.

u/heetz · 3 pointsr/golf

I also can recommend the Caddy Daddy constrictor 2 from Amazon. I've used it a few times and haven't had any issues. I make sure to use it with a backbone like this one. I take the driver head off and keep it in the driver head cover. I wrap a bath towel around the top as well just to provide a bit more cushioning.

I would like a hard cover case but I observed that it would have been difficult to transport it in a sedan sized car.

u/newsdude477 · 3 pointsr/golf

Super easy to do at home, buy the following.

Golf Grip Kit (Deluxe Grip Kit: Hook Blade, 15 Grip Tape Strips, 4 Ounce Solvent, Rubber Vise Clamp)

Yost LV-4 Home Vise 4-1/2" (1 Pack)

u/_g_g_g_ · 3 pointsr/golf

People swear by high end travel bags but I only need one maybe once a year and none of my clubs are worth much so I got a really cheap one and I've always been happy with it.

Soft bags are easier to fit in cars and stuff and I'd recommend soft over hard. If you get a soft bag you want want of these things

Without one you risk the shafts on woods getting damaged.

u/Galvezsurfer33 · 3 pointsr/golf

But I got the idea from an r/golf user...

u/shutupandtakemymone · 2 pointsr/golf

Found it on amazon and thought it was different.

u/kchiconnect · 2 pointsr/golf

This CaddyDaddy Golf Constrictor 2 Travel Cover (Black/Grey)
And this Bag Boy BackBone Travel Cover
And now you can travel with your clubs. I have this setup and have never had problems. Just take the head off your driver. It's worth the investment trust me. Once you can travel with your clubs it's a game changer and you'll find plenty of excuses over the years to bring them with you places.

u/samrej · 2 pointsr/golf

I bought a kit from Amazon that included a rubber holder for the shaft to use in a bench vise. Just used my normal bench vise on my garage workbench. Worked great. Regripped my driver.

Here's the kit I used.

u/Bukowskified · 2 pointsr/golf

Replacing grips is super simple.

Non-consumable Tools:

  • Something to hold your club. I use my bench vice and this, but you can make do with a C clamp and an old rag to protect the club.
  • Something to collect drippage. I use a oil pan like this, but a bucket or any plastic container will do. I like the oil pan because I use the spout to pour left over liquid back into the bottle to re-use.
  • Something to cut off the old grip. Utility knife with a hook blade is the best, like this.

  • Grip tape: I’m lazy and use the pre-cut tape, but you can get it cheaper by the roll.
  • Grip tape solvent: Paint thinner or mineral spirits also work in place of the stuff sold specifically for grip tape.

    Big keys:
  • Use plenty of solvent, using the drip pan let’s you reuse it, so don’t be stingy.
  • I use a scotch brite pad to help clean off any stubborn residue.
u/DeucePot · 2 pointsr/golf

I am cheap frugal so I always try flying Southwest when I'm traveling for golf cuz clubs fly free. I have a beastly SKB hard case that looks like an anti-aircraft bazooka case haha. It has kept my clubs safe (got it for around $150 or something), but I wish I would have bought a case like this.

My case is very heavy with the clubs/shoes/etc... inside, nearly 50 lbs and it's kind of a hassle to lug around the airport and in hotels (especially if you are going to Vegas and you have to walk 1/2 a mile inside the hotel just to get to your room). The legs that pop out with the wheels so you just have to push it would be clutch.

If money is plentiful in your life, I would recommend a golf club shipping company like ShipSticks or something. I have some rich friends that use the service and they love it, I'm just too cheap frugal to spend $120 for a service like that (and that's domestic pricing), international I remember being $250ish.

u/akavana · 2 pointsr/golf

Her is how to remove a grip with a compressor:
And here is how you install a new grip with a compressor:
Most grip tape kits have the tape, the solvent, and a rubber vice clamp. Here is an Amazon link for the rubber vice clamp individually:
Rubber Vise Clamp for Golf Club Shafts, Regripping, Premium Quality by Wedge Guys

You just place the block around your club and insert that into the clamp. No damage done to your clubs, especially great for composite shafts.

u/wildmaxx · 2 pointsr/gpdwin

I use these for the top lid (zelda) and for the bottom and the analog sticks and dpad, (some cutting of the grips needed) the grips have made the win feel so much better while holding, and better grippy feel on the controls

u/cbloo · 2 pointsr/golf

A few things:

First, you can get a club holder from your local superstore or amazon. Its basically a piece of rubber that pops on the shaft and sits down in the vise.

Second, got a $20 Irwin clamp-on vise from Lowe's

Third, wall alignment laser from Lowe's for $20 I think.

Last, a paint tray to catch the mineral spirits run-off

u/quicksilver5 · 2 pointsr/golf

I got this case a couple years ago and have traveled with it several times since. It's been pretty bulletproof and protected my clubs well. It qualifies as a normal checked bag, so it's not super expensive to fly with.

u/Strid3r21 · 2 pointsr/golf
u/v_acat_v · 2 pointsr/barstoolsports

Flown with my 716 Mb's, scotty cameron, and 915 driver 3 times the last two years with one of these. No problems. If you're really worried, disassemble your driver head with a torque wrench and leave the shaft in the bag.

u/Mackin-N-Cheese · 2 pointsr/whatisthisthing
u/ParadeShitter · 2 pointsr/golf

got this bag and this support rod

if you end up w/ a soft shell definitely get a support rod for peace of mind

u/VijaySwing · 2 pointsr/golf

could have just gotten this and you wouldn't need the club protector...

u/lo2902 · 1 pointr/hockeyplayers

You could buy a golf bag travel case and fit sticks and equipment in there then just empty your equipment bag and stuff it in there that's an idea.

u/beardandmusic · 1 pointr/Barber

HexMag HXGT Grip Tape 46 Hex Shapes for HexMags, Black
Grip stickers put em on my supras

u/HawkHogan · 1 pointr/golf

one of the best things i ever got was a cheapo vinyl scorecard/pencil holder.

I keep that in my back pocket, mark all my stats for every hole, and then enter it into for tracking.

Best of both worlds

(I track Strokes, Putts, Club off the Tee, Fairway hit/miss, Sandies, and Penalties)

EDIT: This is the scorecard holder I was talking about

u/TK27 · 1 pointr/golf

Yeah, it is. My fiance caught me looking at headcovers last week and pointed it out to me. I was skeptical at first based on the picture on amazon, but I think it looks great.

Here's the Amazon link

u/john_mehoff · 1 pointr/golf

I got this one for $70 and love it. I would suggest picking up the Stiff Arm as well.

I love the piece of mind that the Stiff Arm gives you since it feel pretty sturdy and ensures that it takes any pressure put on the top of the bag.

u/stirsmeup · 1 pointr/ElectricScooters

No wheels, but that's what I have a scooter for. Ha! Here's a link to the bag:

u/TigerStinger · 1 pointr/golf
u/s9lem · 1 pointr/golf

Just looked these up

Karma Velour Midsize Black (+1/32") - 13Piece Golf Grip Kit (with Tape, Solvent, Vise Clamp)

Is there something I’m missing here because it seems too good to be true?

u/ISpeakMyThoughts · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/cwardlaw · 1 pointr/boostedboards

thanks! It's an older bag, couldnt tell you the model, but something like this would work which is 50 inches -

The key is packing your Boosted in the box it came in, then throw it in the golf bag. I just measured the boosted box and its 40 inches length, so go with 45inches + on the golf bag. I flew SouthWest, and it wasnt overweight nor oversized. I was able to fit a few pairs of shoes, my helmet, gopro hardcase full of accessories, so there was plenty of room for extra gear. Hope this helps

u/payperplain · 1 pointr/golf

I saw something interesting at sports authority today when I was walking around. Didn't stop to take a full look but it essentially looked like a lockable case for a bag with clubs in it similar to a pelican case you'd use for rifles or other valuable stuff.

I also just found This on Amazon when I googled locking golf club case.

u/cssvt · 1 pointr/golf

These start at 7:24 am est....but you probably shouldn't get em...

I've looked through 4 pages now and this is all I've seen so far. Going to keep looking now.

Edit for some other things:

In Electronics:

  • Garmin Approach S6 (starts at 8:49am)

  • A couple of portable and waterproof bluetooth speakers that I can't vouch for (know /r/golf is divided on these being used).

    In Cell Phones & Accessories:

  • There are a few portable chargers for those that either listen to music while playing or use Arccos or GameGolf (while also looking at phone), etc.

    I'm not looking through the everything else section for anything else though...
u/DorfYelir · 1 pointr/golf

Seriously just go buy a set of grips off of amazon. You can find good quality grips that will last you a couple of seasons for less than $50. Get some grip solvent $8 and double sided tape $10. Find a rubber clamp to put your clubs in, find a utility knife to take old grips off, and find a workbench with a vice grip. No man should just have to go playing golf without grips and it's much more satisfying to take care of your own grips yourself. I'll even link some cheap stuff to you to make it easy.
Grips I use. Incredibly cheap and feel great. $42 for a set of 8 grips which will get you 3-PW or 4-GW
Double sided grip tape. 15 strips for $5. If you think this is something you would do again in the future then buy the roll of double sided tape off golfsmith for just over $10
Grip solvent. $6.50 on golfsmith. I've heard that there's alternatives that you can use that are cheaper but why not just use the real deal?
Rubber vise clamp. More important than it looks. Protects the shafts from damage and holds it in place while on the visegrip. $6 on Amazon

All you need from there is a knife of some sort to take off the old grips and clean off old tape and a visegrip to secure your club. Finding a vise might be kind of tough, but sometimes people have them in their garages. If you have a golf friend who does his own grips also he probably wouldn't mind you borrowing it and may even be happy to help. Friend might even have some of his own materials you could borrow.

Estimated total cost of this roughly $65-70 dollars. Really isn't that expensive to purchase everything listed above and if you really shopped around I bet you could find cheaper stuff. Honestly if your playing in tournaments you want to be going in with your best game. You're on a budget and this is about as budget as it gets. If you're going to be playing more tournaments later in the year then maybe sit this one out, use the entry fee to fund your clubs, and then play better or at least more comfortably later in the year.

u/i_miss_old_reddit · 1 pointr/golf

"Prudent" Maybe. But definitely more expensive. ($3 per grip for the whole set adds a bit over the years.)

$15 for tape.

$10 Odorless Mineral Sprits:

$5 Shaft grip:

(I also add 2" blue painters tape as build up wraps. Easier to clean. But not needed.)

That's enough for 10+ sets of grips, about $4 per set. For the cost of paying someone to do grips one time, I can regrip mine and my friends' clubs a few times each. I don't mind doing the labor.

It's no problem to cut off the old grips and prep for new. I'll cut the old ones off, and apply new tape while sitting in front of the TV. (usually when the wife's not home.) Then take them to the workshop for the messy part.

u/WereChained · 1 pointr/golf

Looks like the ferrule has just slid up. If so, it's cosmetic. Throw a little glue in the gap and tap it down. I use my vice block to do it. Put it on the shaft and use it like a slide hammer to knock the ferrule back into place.

u/bstu17 · 1 pointr/golfclassifieds

I have a hard shell one similar to the one in the link below. I'd sell it for $100 + shipping. Shipping from Illinois.

u/TeeHowe · 1 pointr/golf

While this is true, there are scorecard holders that are often seen in pro's hands. One of the players on my golf team had one, and said he bought it because it was easy to keep track of in a golf bag, kept the scorecard from getting crumpled, and was easy to write on.

I believe it was this:

u/audiomortis · 1 pointr/drums

I did the same. Works pretty great. Seems to have held up better than friends with actual trap cases. Also, can be cheaper...
Golf case $160
Trap case $310

Now, they're not exactly the same obviously, but they can pretty much do the exact same job.

u/sambmx17 · 1 pointr/golfclassifieds

I bought this one for mine a while back off of amazon. I like that it’s magnetic and the little Ninja dude makes me laugh. If you search “mid mallet putter covers”, they have a pretty large selection.

u/blackhansolo · 0 pointsr/whatisthisthing

This.. Champ Golf Spikes Pro Wrench 4

It's to remove or tighten cleats on golf shoes