Now is the time to load up on anything and everything you need for golfing. Clubs, balls, tees, rangefinders, gloves. Ball retrievers, scorecard holders, even a home practice system. All these products, made by Callaway, are up to 50 percent off today for Prime Day. The entire offering is available here, but it is somewhat difficult to see the discounts, since you have to click through each product to identify the markdown. Below are some of the highlights:
Normally $275, this 12-piece set is 55 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)
Callaway Men’s Strata Complete Golf Club Set with Bag (12-Piece) on sale for $124.48
Normally $25, this Callaway leather glove is 44 percent off for Prime Day. It is available in 6 different colors (Photo via Amazon)
Callaway Golf 2017 Men’s OptiColor Leather Glove on sale for $13.48
Normally $35, this ball retriever is 50 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)
Callaway Ball Retriever on sale for $17.48
Normally $28, this pro hat is 48 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)
Callaway Golf 2017 Tour Authentic Performance Pro Hat on sale for $14.48
Normally $320, this 16-piece Strata Plus golf set is 45 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)
Callaway Men’s Strata Plus Complete Golf Club Set (16-Piece) on sale for $174.98
Normally $20, these CXR Power golf balls are 45 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Callaway CXR Power Golf Balls on sale for $10.98
Normally $350, this rangefinder power pack is 43 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)
Callaway Hybrid GPS Laser Rangefinder Power Pack on sale for $199.98
Normally $130, this golf GPS is 46 percent off for Prime Day (Photo via Amazon)
Callaway ECLIPSE Golf GPS on sale for $69.99
Definitely give the whole selection a look, but remember to click through the items you are interested to see the discount. And don’t forget to check out our running list of the day’s best Prime Day deals.
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