Christmas Gift Guide for under 100 euros!

As the festive season rolls around, it’s time to put on your elf hat and surprise the golf enthusiasts in your life with gifts that will make their hearts skip a beat.

Whether they’re swinging for the green or perfecting their putting technique, our Christmas gift guide for golfers under 100 euros is a hole-in-one solution. From discounted Adidas golf shoes to game-changing accessories, get ready to sleigh the holiday gifting game for your favorite golfers.

Go through our blog post to get ideas for your loved ones.


Adidas Golf Shoes: Step into Style and Savings!

Start the holiday shopping on the right foot with Adidas golf shoes, currently at a whopping 50% discount! Choose from two stylish models for both men and women, ensuring that your favorite golfer not only plays well but looks great on the course too.

Cleveland Launcher XL Halo Hybrid: Elevate Their Game

Help your golfer reach new heights with the Cleveland Launcher XL Halo Hybrid. This club is designed for maximum forgiveness and distance, making it the perfect addition to any golfer’s arsenal. Give the gift of improved performance without breaking the bank.

H2NO Umbrella: Stay Dry on the Fairway

Golfers know that the weather can be unpredictable. Gift them an H2NO umbrella to stay dry on the fairway. This stylish and durable accessory from the renowned brand will protect them from rain or shine, ensuring they enjoy every swing without worrying about the weather.

Pure Golf Putting Mat: Practice Makes Perfect

Improve putting skills from the comfort of home with a Pure Golf Putting Mat, available in three convenient sizes. Whether they’re a beginner or a seasoned golfer, this mat provides the perfect surface for honing their putting technique. It’s a gift that keeps the game sharp year-round.

Spalding Golf Travel Cover: On-the-Go Protection

For the golfer who loves to travel, the Spalding Golf Travel Cover is a must-have. This durable cover ensures their clubs stay protected during transit, giving them peace of mind and the freedom to explore new courses around the world.

J.Lindeberg Footwear Bag: Stylish Storage

Help your favorite golfer keep their golf shoes in top condition with the J.Lindeberg Footwear Bag. This sleek and stylish bag is perfect for transporting shoes to and from the course while maintaining their pristine look.

Gift Card: Swing into Choice!

Can’t decide on the perfect gift? Opt for a versatile gift card, ranging from 50 euros to 500. Let your favorite golfer choose their preferred golf gear or accessories. It’s the ideal solution for those who want to tailor their gift to their unique needs.

If you didn’t find anything suitable from this list you can always give a look to our gift section or get some inspiration from our Instagram.


The holiday season is here, and the virtual clock is ticking on finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list. 

If there’s a golf lover on your list, don’t panic. GolfLife Shop has you covered with gifts for every sports fanatic.
No matter if your loved one has just picked up golf this summer or has been playing for over a decade,
we have come up with a complete list of ideal golf gifts.

Go through our blog post to get ideas for your loved ones.

Winter Hats for All: Keep your favorite golfer warm on the greens with a stylish winter hat. Choose from renowned brands like J.Lindeberg, Daily Sports, TaylorMade and Lyle & Scott, with options available for both men and women. These hats not only provide warmth during chilly rounds but also add a touch of fashion to their golfing attire.

Whimsical Headcovers: Add a touch of personality to their golf bag with a fun headcover from Daphne Headcovers. These creative and eye-catching designs not only protect their clubs but also showcase their unique style and sense of humor on the course.

Putt Return Machine: For those who already have a putting mat, take their practice to the next level with a putt return machine. This device adds an element of fun and efficiency to putting practice, allowing golfers to focus on refining their skills without constantly retrieving the ball. An ideal companion for honing precision on the green.

Golf Impact Trainer Mat: The Pure2Improve Impact Mat provides visual feedback on the golfer’s impact, helping them refine their swing. The velvet turf gives a realistic feel, and the four “0” rings offer stability during practice. Suitable for both left and right-handed players, this mat is a versatile and affordable training tool for golfers of all levels.

Tri-Turf Hitting Mat: Perfect your swing with the Tri-Turf Hitting Mat for golf. This mat replicates different surfaces, allowing golfers to practice on grass, fairway, and rough. Portable and easy to set up, it’s an excellent gift for those looking to improve their game from the comfort of their own backyard.
Pure Pop-Up Chipping Net: Take golf practice anywhere with the Pure2Improve Pop-Up Chipping Net. Constructed with extra-strong fiberglass, this net is suitable for pitch and chip training. Easily set up in minutes and compact enough for indoor use, it’s a convenient way for golfers to enhance their skills regardless of weather conditions.

If you didn’t find anything suitable from this list you can always give a look to our gift section or get some inspiration from our Instagram.

Cleveland Wedges: A Legacy of Precision and Performance

When it comes to crafting wedges that golfers can rely on for precision shots and unmatched performance, few names carry the same weight as Cleveland Golf. With a rich history dating back to the 1970s, Cleveland has been a pioneer in wedge technology, continually pushing the boundaries to help golfers of all skill levels improve their short game.

A Journey Through History

Cleveland Golf’s journey began when its founder, Roger Cleveland, started hand-grinding wedges for some of the world’s best golfers. His dedication to perfection and understanding of the nuances of the short game soon led to the establishment of Cleveland Golf as a trusted name in wedge design. Throughout the years, the company has consistently been at the forefront of innovation, introducing game-changing technologies like the V Sole Grind and the Rotex Face to enhance spin control and consistency.

An Assortment for Every Golfer

Cleveland Golf understands that every golfer has unique needs when it comes to their wedges. That’s why they offer a diverse assortment of wedges to cater to a wide range of preferences and playing styles. Here’s a glimpse into some of their popular wedge lines:

  1. RTX ZipCore: These wedges feature a low-density core for enhanced feel and an improved center of gravity. With a variety of loft and grind options, they allow golfers to fine-tune their short game to perfection.
  2. CBX Full-Face: Designed for the avid golfer seeking versatility and forgiveness. The full-face grooves extend across the entire face for increased control on off-center hits.
  3. Smart Sole: Perfect for golfers looking to simplify their short game. The Smart Sole wedges come in different models, each designed for specific situations like chipping, pitching, and bunker shots.

The Future of Short Game Excellence

As golfers strive to lower their scores, Cleveland Golf remains committed to helping them achieve their goals. Their dedication to innovation and craftsmanship ensures that the legacy of Cleveland wedges will continue to thrive, allowing golfers to conquer the challenging shots around the green with confidence.

Whether you’re a scratch golfer or just starting out, Cleveland Golf’s assortment of wedges has something to offer to elevate your short game. So, the next time you find yourself facing a tricky chip or bunker shot, consider reaching for a Cleveland wedge and experience the difference that precision engineering can make.

The TaylorMade Kalea Premier is the newest women’s golf set, intentionally engineered for lightweight speed, easy launch, and maximum forgiveness. These clubs are made to deliver clutch putts, precise long irons, and big drives off the tee. Each club is backed by Tour-proven technology and fully fashioned to build a set that matches your game.

The Tech

It’s important to point out that there is more technology in these clubs than ever before, mirroring much of the same tech seen in the TaylorMade SIM2 range – so unfortunately there’s no red carbon face like in the Stealth driver.

Breaking down the set, the following technologies can be found:

  • Kalea Premier Driver – The Kalea Premier driver is built for speed and forgiveness and comes at standard in 12.5 degrees with a carbon crown and carbon sole, as well as a 22g steel rear back weight. Moving the Inertia Generator towards the heel encourages optimal launch and spin rates, providing more distance for those with slower swing speeds.
TaylorMade Kalea Premier Womens Range
  • Kalea Premier Fairways – The fairways are designed to be easier to launch and come with a 37% larger face than the Kalea 3. Each loft option has the same size head and comes with V Steel technology to improve forgiveness, versatility and turf interaction.
TaylorMade Kalea Premier Womens Range
  • Kalea Premier Rescue – The rescue again has a V Steel sole design which helps to produce high launching shots from any lie. The face is the largest of the Kalea generations with low CG, adding forgiveness.
TaylorMade Kalea Premier Womens Range
  • Kalea Premier Irons – A Cap Back Design provides extra stability in the topline and upper perimeter of the face, working alongside the Speed Pocket to improve face flexibility, ball speed and distance. They also feature Inverted Cone Technology which varies face thickness and pinpoints performance where golfers need it the most, making way for an optimised sweet spot that covers the most common impact areas. The head shaping has been uniquely designed to create the forgiveness of a super-game improvement iron, in a sleeker profile.
TaylorMade Kalea Premier Womens Range
  • Spider Mini Putter – The putter that comes available with the Kalea Premier set is a modern Mini Spider which provides all of the stability and forgiveness of a Spider putter but in a 15% more compact shape. It comes with Pure Roll face technology and a long single sightline.
TaylorMade Kalea Premier Womens Range

The light green and white colourway of Kalea 3 has been replaced by a premium and strong blue, white and grey colour scheme. If you are Scottish you are going to love the look of these clubs!

The build quality of these clubs has jumped back up to the kind of level that you’d expect from TaylorMade. The clubs essentially look like a version of the SIM2 Max range with a lighter and short shaft.

Straight off the bat, we think it’s a real step in the right direction in looks and technology compared to last year’s Kalea.

The modern golfer has a huge choice when it comes to a Golf Bag and they need to make a decision about which style they require. This article should help them make a more informed choice about which bag to have.

Tour/Staff Golf Bag

These bags are generally used by the tour players and professionals that you see on the TV however we are finding that a lot of amateurs like to use the same style. The benefit of this style of bag is the size. You can easily find your clubs and accessories in your bag and you will be able to fit everything but the kitchen sink into this style Golf Bag.

XXIO Staff Bag

Strangely enough the caddies that carry these bags for the tour pro will tend to carry these but we would not advise this and would always suggest you have a trolley.

Cart/Trolley Golf Bag

This style of bag is generally bigger than the norm and fits perfectly onto a trolley. The modern style cart or trolley bag tends to have all of the pockets facing forwards and they will also have quite a few dividers on the top of the bag for ease of finding your clubs.

TaylorMade StormDry WP Cartbag

If you have an electric trolley like a Motocaddy or a Powakaddy we would recommend that you get the matching bag as they have a small groove on the base of the bag that keeps the bag securely in place.

Make sure you get a bag as big as possible as the smaller cart bags tend to get a bit tight for a full set of equipment. All trolley bags come with a rain cover and the majority will still have a single strap to carry if needs be.

Stand Carry Golf Bag

The modern carry bag is bigger that it used to be as they have been designed to fit the body nicely. In the main they are fitted with a dual strap which allows the bag to be carried like a rucksack which is far more comfortable than a single strap.

You can get bags with plenty of space and lots of pockets but do be careful not to fill the bag too much as this just adds weight to your back.

Srixon Standbag

You can still put the majority of carry bags onto a trolley but they do not fit that well so we would suggest you have two bags if you are prone to alternate between the two.

Many carry bags will have a stand to keep the bag upright and our experience shows that the more expensive the bag the better the strap system is and the stand. Cheap bags are not always good value.

Pencil Golf Bag

These are the smallest of bags but are gaining in popularity. These small style pencil bags are great in the winter time when some clubs do not allow trolleys. They are very lightweight and some can even carry a full set. You cannot put too much in the pockets of these but this is great as it keeps the weight down.

TaylorMade Quiver Pencil Bag

Whether you are trying to get out of a bunker, or looking to successfully tackle your short game, golf wedges offer you maximum control, making them a vital component in your arsenal of clubs. It is important to make sure that you have a decent set of wedges in your bag as these are usually the clubs you will use around the green. They can often determine whether you get up and down in two to save par, or whether you will make bogey.

Most sets carry a pitching wedge (normally 45°- 50°) and sand wedge (normally 54 – 58°). Here you will find a full range of wedges, including Gap Wedges (normally 50-54°) and Lob Wedges (normally 58-64°), all available to help ensure you’re able to handle the various scenarios you could be faced with during a round.

An ideal time to use a chipper would be when you are just off the green, but not in high grass. You can play a chipper in the same way you would play a putter but the small amount of loft on the club means you are able to lift the ball past any hazards that might be lying between you and the hole.

At GolfLife Shop we stock a wide range of branded wedges and chippers to suit all golfing abilities.

Wedges Are About Control And Feel

To get the best results, it is desirable to get a set of wedges that complement each other, as you do when you buy fairway woods or irons. This usually gives you clubs with similar feel that are designed to cover distance gaps.

Wedges have really come a long way for the club golfer in the last few years, and many options are available to you to make sure that you can tailor your set of wedges to your playing style.

One thing to note about wedges is that, like irons, they are about control rather than distance. You should not be dissuaded from buying wedges because they do not have cavity back heads. On the contrary, wedges give a much superior feel when they have a traditional blade shape which helps when trying to develop touch around the greens.

Wedge Aesthetics

There are several different finishes available for your wedges; mostly it is down to personal preference which you buy. Satin and gun metal finishes reduce glare from the sun.

Chrome gives a classy shine to your wedges, and some types, like oil-can finish, make the metal rust slowly over time to give the wedge better spin with time. 

Pitching And Gap Wedges

Pitching wedges – are a great club to consider for chipping around the greens. The low loft gets the ball rolling nice and quickly compared to the other wedges. They also cover the 90-110 yard range for most average golfers.  

Most iron sets come with a pitching wedge so you need to decide if you really need one. If you decide that you like to use the PW around the greens you should definitely go for a blade pitching wedge for more feel.

Gap wedges (50-54 degrees) – If you find that you are often stuck between a sandwedge and pitching wedge, you may not have to change your swing to hit the distance you want. With a gap wedge you have a club that fills in this gap and is also a useful chipping and pitching club.

Sand Wedges And Bounce

The Sand Wedge – usually has a high bounce as this allows the club to glide through the sand at just the right level to take enough sand to get under the ball but not too much to dig in too far.  

Many people are now using lob wedges with high bounce from bunkers now, which is equally good, but you should be aware that high bounce clubs are less suited to other types of shots. A low bounce club is very useful from tight lies like hardpan or hard fairways. It allows the club to get under the ball without hitting the ground and bouncing into the back of the ball.  

Low bounce is especially useful when you want to open up the face of the wedge to hit a more lofted shot. When this is done with a high bounce club, it makes it all but impossible to get under the ball.

Lob Wedges And X Lob Wedges

Lob wedges typically range from 58-62 degrees of loft and are essential for hitting high flop shots around the green. A good lob wedge can really bring excitement to your game when you encounter a tricky shot. With many of the new wedges with square grooves you will also notice dramatic spin with these clubs, provided you use a suitable ball.

X lob wedge – This is a wedge with a very high loft (62+ degrees). These can be useful to hit the ball very high and land softly around the green. They can be very useful if you find it difficult to get the ball high in the air on pitches and chips, but they do not hit the ball very far on full shots at around 50-60 yards at the most.


Using wedges and irons to chip around the green can be very frustrating at first. When you lose confidence in your stroke and do not follow through on your shot, it is common to see high handicap players hitting the ball heavy (when you hit the ground first and the ball ends up very short of your target).

Chippers, as the name suggests, are used predominantly by players who struggle with their greenside chipping. 

With a conventional grip they can be used like an iron or putter, and come at a length slightly longer than a putter. They are not designed for a full swing and only for the chips around the green. They have the loft of a wedge and a smooth base so they can pop the ball up in the air and onto the green without the worry of sticking in the grass.

Some chippers are available which allow you to use both sides of the club, which is useful if you get stuck on the wrong side of a tree and can not play your shot on your preferred side.  

Be warned though, as double sided chippers are not permitted in competition as stipulated by the R&A, although you could use it in an informal round.

If you really struggle with chipping around the green then you should consider these as a viable option, otherwise you should probably go for a range of wedges with varying lofts and bounce options.  

Although wedges are more difficult to use for some, they are far more versatile and they will be a club you will want to be able to use to improve your game.