Here's What The Golf Monthly Team Are Buying In The Cyber Monday Sales

The team are giving you the lowdown on what they’re buying this year.

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At Golf Monthly, we’ve been working our hardest to let you know about the best Cyber Monday golf deals out there right now.

As such we are confident we are making sure you, the Golf Monthly reader, is getting the best price. 

Now given this work and research, the Golf Monthly team have spent some of their cash on Black Friday and the weekend, and are looking to do more of the same on Cyber Monday, not just on golf gear but gifts and presents for other people as well.

Acknowledging that, below, several members of the Golf Monthly team have said what they have spent their money on so far and what they are looking to get during the Cyber Monday sales. 

Additionally, for more discounts, check out our hub pages too on things like shoes, bags and lasers

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What the Golf Monthly team are buying on Cyber Monday

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Tom Clarke, Senior Content Editor: This year I went straight for a Nintendo Switch. I can hear you already saying that isn't golf related but the two games i got right away were Mario Golf Super Rush, and PGA Tour 2K21. Having used the Switch at a friend's house, it is an immensely fun console for most games and I think Mario Golf in particular will lead to hours of enjoyment because of game modes like Speed Golf and Battle Golf. 

I also got PGA Tour 2K21 because the new My Player mode sounds cool and I want to see what it is like to play Riviera and TPC Sawgrass, two of the 15 golf courses on the game. 

I also need a new pair of sunglasses and right now there are some incredible offers on Oakley models. I really like the Mercenary design but the Portal X is the model I am keeping an eye on because it tested so well for us and it can be found for as much as half price in some places. 

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Elliot Heath, Senior Staff Writer: I've been wearing the adidas Retro shoes since April (check out my full adidas adicross Retro shoes review) and they have quickly become one of my absolute favourites. I've even been wearing them throughout the winter, which isn't what you'd tend to expect with these kind of sneaker/golf shoe hybrids. 

I've bought them in the Black colorway this Black Friday as I simply couldn't turn down the price point and wanted another color to go with my white/navy ones. I can genuinely say they're some of the most comfortable shoes I've ever worn and offer up very decent grip and a cool style. They're very easy to wipe down as well being leather and I wear them in all kinds of scenarios from shopping to socialising to, of course, playing golf.

As far as Cyber Monday goes, I was rather boring getting some Duracell CR2 batteries for my laser, and some TaylorMade TP5 golf balls to stock up over the winter as they were on offer at Amazon.

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Sam Tremlett, Staff Writer: For me there wasn't actually all that much golf gear I needed in my setup so I actually just scouted around and tried to find things I really wanted instead. This took the form of two things, some AirPods, and a nice golf hoodie. 

With the AirPods, the link to golf is loose but as I practice with headphones in quite often, I figured it best to invest in a good pair. Importantly, because of how popular these are there are lots of retailers with good deals so I am going to wait as late as possible on Cyber Monday to try and get the cheapest price. This is a dangerous game I know but it will be worth it if I can somehow get the AirPods Pro's for like £160. 

The second thing I'm getting is a good golf hoodie. I recently reviewed the adidas Go-To Primegreen hoodie in navy and I love it so much I want to try and get it in grey or black as well. That being said I am not above looking at other models because the Nike Therma hoodie is also very nice as well. I am just waiting for Nike to release some last minute deals before pulling the trigger on buying. 

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Andy Wright, Staff Writer: I've always considered myself an above-average putter, but this season it let me down. This Black Friday, a number of PuttOUT's products went on sale, and I took advantage. 

For those of you who haven't heard of the brand, PuttOUT makes some of the best putting mats and training accessories on the market and I looked to try and get the mat, trainer and mirror all in one bundle. This required some research because retailers like Dick's Sporting Goods, Amazon, and Scottsdale Golf all offered up good deals on the products. I wanted to get the best price and eventually went for Dick's Sporting Goods. 

As far as Cyber Monday goes, right now I am toying with the idea of getting the GolfBuddy Laser Lite rangefinder. It has been on offer with Amazon US for a while now and when we reviewed the laser it was very easy to use and offers value for money. 

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Dan Parker, Staff Writer: If I was in the market for a new driver that's certainly what I'd be looking to get this Cyber Monday. There are some crazy deals on drivers that are barely even a year old - you'll probably be able to get over half price off the original RRP when it was brand new, and the performance differences will be super similar to the latest model. If you haven't upgraded your driver in 3 or 4 years, now is a great time.

So far, I've seen the Callaway Mavrik driver with a significant discount in the US and UK and this club was only launched 18 months ago. Another favourite in 2020 was the Cobra Speedzone driver, which has also been heavily discounted over the Black Friday and Cyber Monday period. Finally, the TaylorMade SIM Max driver shares pretty much all the technology of the current SIM2 Max driver and has some good discounts.

Out of the three, I'd be leaning toward the Callaway Mavrik. It has a huge discount right now, is loaded with tech and - in our testing in 2020 - was right up there for overall distance.

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Matt Cradock, Freelance Writer: Ever since I starting using a GPS years and years ago it has had probably the biggest impact on my game, not only due to it meaning I had to learn how far I hit each club but also if you hit it offline or you are playing a new course, it can provide you with detail and build confidence. 

As such I looked to invest in a GPS watch over Cyber Monday and the two main models I was looking at were the Garmin Approach S12, and the Garmin S42. 

Both models had big discounts but I eventually went for the former model because it was the lowest price I had ever seen it, only £109 on Amazon.

With more than 40,000 preloaded courses, finding your desired venue is extremely quick and easy.

In our review we also thought the usability of this watch to be brilliant. Off the tee it provides loads of information on things like distances to bunkers, water hazards and ideal lay-up yardages, while you can also move the flag around to get a more exact number. 

For more Cyber Monday deals be sure to check out out best Cyber Monday golf deals hub page. 

Sam Tremlett
Sam Tremlett

A golfer for most of his life, Sam started playing the game to prove he was the best player out of his father and two brothers.
He quickly became a golf equipment expert and has always been the one family and friends come to for buying advice, and spends a lot of his time putting golf gear, apparel and shoes to the test.  
He is a graduate of Swansea University where he studied History and American Studies, and he has been a part of the Golf Monthly team since February 2018. He also previously worked for World Soccer and Rugby World magazines.

A jack of all trades across print and digital formats, Sam now spends most of his time testing and looking after golf gear content for the website. He also oversees all Tour player content as well. 

Unfortunately, Sam is not a member of any club at the moment but regularly gets out on the golf course to keep up the facade of having a handicap of five. 

Sam is currently playing:
Driver: Titleist TS3
Fairway Wood: TaylorMade M5 (15 degrees), Nike Covert Tour 2.0 (19 degrees)
Irons (4-PW): Titleist AP2
Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 54˚, 58˚
Putter: Scotty Cameron Circa 62 #6