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The 4 Best Golf Subscription Boxes of 2019

Anna Reilly
ByAnna ReillyJul 1, 2021 | 2 comments

Fore! Watch out, our picks for the best golf subscriptions of 2019 are here! Our golfing subscription boxes, chosen from our sports subscriptions directory, are here to update your fairway fashion and adding to your gear collection. Great for gifting (or gifting to yourself), these subscription boxes are a total hole in one.

1. ShortPar4

Cost: Starts at $49.95 a month. Subscribe here!

Coupon: Use coupon code INTHECLUB for $10 off your first box!

Why we love it: ShortPar4 offers men's golf apparel and gear brand names like Puma, Under Armour, Callaway, Oakley, and more at up to 60% off retail prices. Pick your favorite golfer, and the team at ShortPar4 will send you a box of clothing and accessories to match their style. It's a convenient way to expand your golf wardrobe without ever having to leave your home.

Sign up for our ShortPar4 reviews or check out our ShortPar4 details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.

2. Tee Up Box

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Cost: Starts at $29.99 a month. Subscribe here!

Coupon: Use coupon code TEEUPBOX for $10 off your first subscription!

Why we love it: Featuring brands like Cleveland, San Soleil, Glove It, Callaway, and more, Tee UP helps you discover new women's golfing brands and accessories. Tee UP sends you coordinated items that look great together or mixed and matched into your current closet. 

Check out our Tee Up reviews and our Tee Up Box details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US and Canada.

3. Swing Society Golf

Cost: $34.99 a month. Subscribe here!

Coupon: Use coupon code SWINGSOCIETY10 for 10% off your first box!

Why we love it: Swing Society is a golfing lifestyle subscription for athletes of all skill levels. Each Swing Society box contains up to 4 items including golfing gadgets, gear, and apparel. Past Swing Society boxes have included limited edition hats, polos, golf towels, divot repair tools, sleeves of balls, and more!

Check out our Swing Society reviews and our Swing Society details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide.

4. Bogeybox

Cost: $20 styling fee for every box that goes towards what you keep. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: Bogeybox is a styling service made just for golfers! Pay an annual fee, and receive boxes of clothing and gear to match your preferences. They offer clothing for everyday life in addition to looks specifically for the golf course. After filling out a golfing style quiz, BogeyBox sends you multiple pieces (in multiple sizes) that you can try on and feel out before choosing what you buy and keep. 

Sign up for our Bogeybox reviews or check out our Bogeybox details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide.

Which box is the right pick for you?

Anna Reilly
Anna Reilly
Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she's swooning for all things kawaii!

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Solid list, I’d like to add UpGlove to the list. It’s a golf glove subscription box. You can get monthly and quarterly options for less than $20 and can pause for as long as you like too.

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How is it possible that Birdie Bundle isn’t even mentioned in this article? It is blowing away some of box companies mentioned in your article.

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