6 Ultimate Gifts for Golfers they’re Guaranteed to Love

Know a golfer but never know what to buy them for their birthday or Christmas? Although golfers will always appreciate more golf balls, do you worry that yet another box can leave them feeling a little… uninspired? Well worry no more, we’ve got you sorted. Sure-fire to make the golf enthusiast in your life happy, one of our 6 ultimate gifts for golfers will have you crowned as the ultimate gift giver.

We know that it can be hard to understand what kind of gifts for golfers are actually useful if you’re not a player yourself. You can listen to them talk about birdies and bogeys and all the golfing terminology that you sort of understand but what will actually be helpful on the course?

Personalised Golf Clubs Silver Sports Bottle

This Personalised Golf Clubs Silver Sports Bottle by I Just Love It is both durable and stylish and will prove super handy on the green, especially during the hot summer months. You can personalise it with initials and a year to make it extra special for the lucky recipient.

Why: Combining functionality with style, this sports bottle is cool and classy whilst the extra personal touch is the icing on the cake.

Price: £12.99

Golf Set

Have you noticed their golf clubs looking a little tired recently? Most golfers would love a new set of golf clubs but never go ahead and treat themselves, always window shopping but never taking the plunge.

We all know that it can be hard to spend money on a treat for yourself when you have so many other financial commitments, especially for a weekend pastime. That’s why golf sets are such great gifts for golfers – they’re unexpected but massively appreciated.

Our golf package sets at Pro Rider are great quality and affordable. They’re fantastic entry level sets, making them great gifts for golfers who are starting out, haven’t been playing for long or don’t play too regularly.

We have our own great value Pro Rider golf clubs starting from £100. If your budget is a little higher, we also sell a range of Ben Sayers golf clubs starting from £279.98. Our sets come in three different colours, blue, red, and purple, making them that little bit more personal to the player.

Ben Sayers Golf Clubs and Present with text

Our Choice: Ben Sayers M15 Graphite/Steel Golf Set

Why: This set features all the essentials with 12 clubs including a driver, woods, irons, hybrids, and a putter. Each club is intelligently designed to help the user improve their accuracy, distance, and control.

Price: £279.98

Personalised Golf Glove

We love this Personalised Golf Glove sold by notonthehighstreet. Not only will it prove useful on the green, it’ll always remind them of you and they’ll be excited to show it off to their golfing buddies.

Why: It’s thoughtful, purposeful, and a great personalised gift.

Price: £23.50

Electric Golf Trolley

If you’re looking for a long-lasting gift that will not only be greatly appreciated but will also have a positive impact on your loved one’s game and, more importantly, their wellbeing, an electric golf trolley is the perfect gift. An electric golf trolley eases things up for golfers by taking the strain off muscles and joints and giving them more energy for a stronger game.

A golfer carrying their clubs around the course increases their risk of injury due to the frequent strain put on their back and shoulders. Electric golf trolleys significantly reduce this risk, meaning that not only is the product itself long lasting but the benefits are too.

Having a healthy back and shoulders is crucial to a successful game and a powerful swing, so it’s paramount that golfers take care of these important areas. If you’re interested in finding out more, take a look at our post on the other benefits of an electric golf trolley.

We have a wide variety of electric golf trolleys starting from £199.98, ranging in colours, battery type, and extra features such as a GPS/phone holder.

Pro Rider Electric Golf with Present and text

Our Choice: Pro Rider Electric Golf Trolley with GPS Phone Holder – Black & Yellow

Why: This electric golf trolley really makes a statement on the green. Lightweight yet sturdy, it has loads of cool features for a great price.

Price: £219.98

A Golf Day Out

For the golfer that has everything, why not treat them to an experience instead of something they don’t need. BuyaGift have lots of different golf experiences all over the country for great prices.

Why: Making memories are priceless and last forever – what’s better than a forever present?

Price: £20-£169

Remote Control Golf Trolley

If you’re looking to really treat the golfer in your life, a remote control golf trolley is the epitome of golfing gadgets and quickly becomes a golfer’s best pal on the course. Remote control golf trolleys are totally hands free and aside from being a cool gadget, they have also great health benefits. Eliminating the need for carrying golf clubs, remote control golf trolleys reduce the risk of back pain and allow for a golfer’s full energy to be put into the game.

Although remote control golf trolleys are a pricier present, they’re long lasting and their health benefits mean that they’re ideal gifts for golfers who love to get out on the green but tire out easily. Our remote control golf trolleys start from £399.98.

Pro Rider Remote Control Golf Trolley with Present and text

Our Choice:Pro Rider Electric Golf Trolley with Remote Control

Why: It’s not only cool; it also helps golfers to reserve their energy so they can give it their all on the green. The fact that it’s one of the best priced remote control golf trolleys on the market is also a bonus.

Price: £399.98

Bonus Gift: Electric Golf Trolley Winter Wheels

If the golfer in your life already has a Pro Rider electric golf trolley or if you’re planning on buying them one and are feeling super generous, our bespoke winter wheels are the perfect complimentary gift. At £89.99, these wheels reduce damage to the fairway, allowing golfers to play all year round. This is especially handy during winter when many courses enforce a ban on trolleys without these specially designed wheels.


Hopefully our 6 ultimate gifts for golfers has left you feeling inspired. After getting them one of these gifts, you can go back to giving them golf balls – the ‘pair of socks’ of the golfing world.

If you’re keen on the idea of getting a golf trolley as a present but have no idea where to start, check out our really useful guide on which golf trolley is best.

If you’re ready to treat the golfer in your life but you need some more details on our products, please give our Pro Rider sales team a call and they’ll be more than happy to go through any questions that you have.

How To Not Lose Your Edge: 4 Golf Tips for Seniors

“If you watch a game, it’s fun. If you play at it, it’s recreation. If you work at it, it’s golf.”

– Bob Hope

At 42, Tiger Woods won at the East Lake Golf Club on the 2018 PGA Tour championship, beating Billy Horschel, a player 11 years his junior. After a string of injuries and with the majority of major golf championship winners being in the region of 31-35 years old, Tiger beat the odds on the course. If there’s one thing that we can learn from this win, it’s that, with determination, you can certainly keep your edge – despite your body working against you.

We’re not saying that you can defy the laws of nature and, as you age, your performance will naturally deteriorate. This blog post won’t provide a magic answer to prevent this from ever happening but it will certainly help to advise on what measures you can take to slow this down, helping you to enjoy your time on the green for longer. Read on to discover 4 handy and actionable golf tips for seniors looking to keep the edge in their golf game.


Enjoy Your Game More by Knowing Your Limits

It can be hard to recognise our own limits, especially when we’re used to performing to a certain standard. As we get older and our performance slips, frustration and stubbornness can often creep in, getting the better of us. The best thing you can do is let go of that obstinacy, listen to your body, and adapt your game play to your ever-changing limits.

The first of our golf tips for seniors is to be realistic about the relationship between your physical ability and the conditions of the course. If a course is hilly or has a lot of forced carries, you’ll tire yourself out quickly, ultimately having a negative impact on your game. When you get older, difficult courses present a challenge with very little reward. There’s also no shame in leaving the tips behind and playing the forward tees.

Take the weather into consideration. Golf may be regarded as a year round sport but this flexibility changes when you get to a certain age. Older bodies are biologically sensitive to the cold, a fact of life that we can’t combat. Choosing to play in the cold not only has an effect on your mobility but also on your enjoyment of the game, therefore defeating the true purpose of the sport.

Remember that the most important thing is to actually enjoy the game. If you relax and have fun, chances are you’ll find you play better, ditching the duffs and pulling in the pure shots.


Master Your Swing

Many say that a strong swing needs power and flexibility, so what does that mean for those of us that aren’t as strong or flexible as we once were? Many senior golfers who struggle with rotation automatically revert to the “Merry-Go Round” swing where the arms swing straight in the backswing and finish high in the follow through. If you particularly struggle with rotation or find yourself doing this, try rotating your back foot outwards around 20-30 degrees.

A natural part of ageing is a reduction in our physical strength but you’ll be amazed by the difference a good grip can make on your swing. The best way to improve your grip is to rotate your hands slightly clockwise on the club. If you’re not sure on the correct angle, start by taking your stance and place your club in the normal position for swinging. Next, take your right hand and lay the back of it on your right thigh. Finally, bring your hand back up to the club and that’ll be the angle that you want your hand on the club to ensure a tight and strong grip.

Although you might not be able to get the distance you once did, if you master your swing in relation to your physical ability then you won’t be far off the green after teeing off.


Keep Fit and Always Warm Up

You’ve heard it before – “always warm up and stretch before any physical activity” – but how many times have you received and then ignored this advice? Well, ignore no more; this seemingly obvious tip will make all the difference to your play.

Always get to the course early and warm up for a minimum of five minutes before your game. The main areas in which you’ll want to stretch out the muscles and joints are:

  • Shoulders
  • Hips
  • Ankles
  • Legs
  • Back

Do some research on some light stretch exercises that focus on these areas – and do them regularly. It won’t be long before you notice an improvement in the flexibility and strength of your muscles, giving you the best chance for a great game.

To give you a head start, we’ve added some basic stretches below (always check with a medical professional to ensure that it is safe to attempt these):

  • Improve your shoulder flexibility with some simple shoulder rotations, rolling them forwards and backwards.
  • Build your ankle strength with cal raises and seated ankle rotations, rotating them clockwise and anticlockwise.

Although regular stretch exercises will aid in building your strength, you’ll want to put minimal strain on your muscles and joints as you get older. The more you push yourself, the greater chance that you’ll injure yourself, so remember to keep your exercises light. Consult your doctor if you have any issues with your physical health and you’re nervous about any of the stretches. What might be good for someone else might not necessarily be best for you.


Invest in Equipment

The last of our golf tips for seniors is all about having the right gear for your game. The nature of the sport means that you’ll be twisting and lifting repetitively, putting strain on the same muscles over and over again. This strain results in back, shoulder, wrist, and elbow pain being amongst the most common injuries in golf. Playing with the right equipment will be one of the best investments you make and, incorporated with stretching, will help to prevent these issues and so make a huge difference to your game.

Carrying your bag or pushing and pulling a standard trolley soon tires you out as well as increases the risk of repetitive strain injuries. Using an electric golf trolley, however, eases the load of your equipment – and you’ll be surprised by the positive impact it has on your play.

Not only does an electric golf trolley reduce your risk of injury, you’ll also be able to maintain energy and stamina for a longer and more successful game. If you have a spare five minutes, why not take a look at our blog post on the benefits of an electric golf trolley to learn more about this fairway essential. You may also want to look into trying a longer putter to reduce the stress put on your back.


In a nutshell, it’s all about taking the right steps to look after your body and remembering to have fun: these are the true secrets behind keeping your edge in golf as you age.

If you’re interested in investing in an electric golf trolley or any other golf equipment, have a look at what we have to offer in our golf products at the Pro Rider Leisure website. If you’re unsure about a product or have any further questions, please feel free to get in touch with our friendly and experienced team who are happy to help in every way that they can.

11 Simple Tips for Successfully Playing Golf in the Rain

Muster your courage as today we’ll be discussing something that many leisurely golfers actively try to avoid – playing golf in the rain. Whilst it’s true that many players initially see a drop in their performance, we’re here to tell you that it’s not all doom and gloom. As a matter of fact, there’s no reason why – with the right preparation and plenty of persistence – you can’t play well in wet weather. We’ve put together 11 tips to better arm you against inclement weather and give you the confidence to get out on the green come rain or shine.

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4 Surprising Ways an Electric Golf Trolley Benefits Your Game

Unfortunately, most of us amateur and recreational golfers don’t have the budget to pay for a professional caddie – as brilliant as that would be – so the next best thing for moving your gear around the green is an electric golf trolley. Affectionately known amongst the golfing community as a ‘leccy’, an electric golf trolley is a battery powered cart that transports your golf bag and equipment for you. Continue reading “4 Surprising Ways an Electric Golf Trolley Benefits Your Game”

Which Golf Trolley is Best: A Useful Guide

From the outside, golf may seem like a relaxed and languid sport. The reality – as all we golfing fanatics know – is that golf is very demanding on mind and body with miles of walking and plenty of shots in between. If you are really serious about getting the most out of the sport and your game, you need to ensure that you maintain a good posture and don’t put unnecessary stress on your body. Continue reading “Which Golf Trolley is Best: A Useful Guide”

Golf Essentials

So what are the essentials, apart from a set of serviceable clubs, a pair of golf shoes, and a few balls and tees? Somewhere to play is pretty important too, and if you’re just starting out, do you want to play on a links course or a parkland course? Unless you’re very lucky, of course, it’s unlikely you’ll have the choice.

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