For the Dad who plays golf and already has every gizmo and gadget for the game, options to make Father’s Day gift-giving a cinch!

Payne Stewart Apparel

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Payne Stewart’s emotional win at Pinehurst #2 as well as his tragic death in a plane crash a few months later.

Celebrating his passion and values, the all-new Payne Stewart Collection launches in Junewith a premier assortment of clothing and accessories that share the timeless look of the world’s most distinguished golfer on and off the course. It’s available online at, at select green grass retailers, and will also be showcased in a boutique in the Village of Pinehurst during the U.S. Open.

Polos, quarter-zips, wind shirts, shorts and slacks, and, of course, the ubiquitous plus-fours and Hogan cap are part of the new collection.


Whether you want to help Dad stay protected from the sun, show his school colors, or out-style the competition, AHEAD USA has his head well covered. In their online shop, the selection ranges from the U.S. Open Pinehurst collection to styles showcasing the unmistakable logos of Arnold Palmer and the Golden Bear.

Three Ways To Help Dad Improve His Golf Game

Fit for a King (

He may not play on the PGA Tour, but your Dad is a real pro, so treat him to a comprehensive club-fitting and club-building experience typically reserved for the game’s best. At the Kingdom of Golf, Reynolds Lake Oconee, in Greensboro, Georgia, a TaylorMade Tour Club Fitter will put Dad through the same technologies used with the world’s best golfers, matching him with the perfect equipment for his swing.

Hone Those Skills (

The skilled team of teaching professionals at The Sea Pines Resort are experts at helping Dad take his game to the next level. Both golf schools and customized individual instruction use the latest technology to identify problems and teach the right solutions in the full swing, short game, and overall performance. Instruction programs also include accommodations at the award-winning Resort on Hilton Head Island, where there’s plenty to do after hours.

Game Changing Instruction (

No two Dads are alike, and neither are their swings. At the Lansdowne Resort’s Golf Academy, one of the Mid-Atlantic’s leading golf resorts just outside Washington, D.C., the advanced biomechanics system captures every motion—from address to follow-through—then analyzes it to determine strengths and weaknesses. Whether Dad is scratch or a high handicapper, the choice of private lessons or group instruction will get his game on the right track and get him in the right frame of mind for a winning season.  Better yet, the resort’s three golf courses—by noted architects Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Greg Norman—are the perfect locations to put Dad’s game to the test.

Take Control – and Have Some Fun! (

Stewart Golf—maker of the world’s most advanced remote-controlled golf caddies—is a pioneer in “follow technologies,” so the caddie follows, going where you go, over hill and dale from the tee to the green. The latest features have been incorporated into the award-winning Q Follow, which offers golfers the ultimate hands-free experience and freedom on the course, allowing them to focus entirely on their game. The Q Follow is great fun to use and, after all, isn’t golf supposed to be fun?

Every new Q Follow comes with Stewart’s industry-first, 100-hole money-back guarantee, letting Dad experience a Stewart dream machine completely risk-free. Available in black or carbon finishes, with 18- or 36-hole batteries, retail pricing starts at $2,699.

Coming soon, carbon finishes in red, blue, and black!

Create Your Own One-of-a-Kind Golf Bag (

ORCA Golf is the leader in custom-designed golf bags, giving Dad the opportunity to create his very own golf bag—with his choice of colors, features, personalization, and other design and convenience elements (pockets, zippers, connectors). Because Dad is a unique individual, the golf bag he uses should be uniquely his.

ORCA’s creative team will prepare an initial design then work with Dad (or you, if it’s to be a surprise) until completely satisfied. Once the bag is in production, ORCA Golf stays in touch for approvals along the way. The completed, one-of-a-kind creation is shipped directly to Dad. Prices range from $850 for a carry bag and $1,100 for a tour-sized bag.

Allow at least six weeks for custom designs to be created and shipped.