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      What Cigar Goes Well with Bourbon?

      Looking to indulge your inner epicurean? Try pairing an aromatic cigar with a fine bourbon. Cigars and bourbon are a classic match. Whether you are an aficionado or a novice looking for new and extraordinary pairings, there are some basic rules you should know before lighting up and taking a sip.

      Cigar Pairings 101

      The most basic rule, if you’re choosing a whiskey to pair with your cigar, choose bourbon. Bourbon is always going to be your best bet when puffing on a rich cigar. That’s because bourbon’s typical flavor notes of charred wood, nuts, honey, fruit, and maple syrup find a perfect match in cigars. A glass of bourbon will bring much needed sweetness to the leathery darkness of stronger cigars, and the lush barrel notes find a great match in milder cigars. 

      That said, flavor profiles can sometimes clash, and so the other most basic rule of cigar and bourbon pairing is that the body of the smoke should match with the body of the drink. In other words, full-bodied cigars should go with full-bodied bourbons, milder cigars with milder bourbons, and so on. This is because imbalances in the notes can be quite jarring, sometimes even ruining the most exquisite of cigars. But when you get the balance right, there’s just about nothing better. 

      Finding that right balance can be hard, but here are a few more tips. 

      1. Make sure you’re keeping notes. Before lighting up or taking that first sip, note the maker, line, and vitola (shape of the cigar), and the same basic facts about your chosen bourbon. Also, take a cold draw (a puff after cutting but before lighting), noting the flavor profile and other first impressions. Then, light up and roll the smoke around in your mouth. Taste and write down the different notes––pretty soon you’ll discover which notes you prefer, and can shop cigars accordingly. Finally, take a sip of your chosen bourbon. Roll the drink around your mouth, note how it matches or doesn’t match the flavor of the cigar. Keep puffing and sipping until you’ve made up your mind. We also recommend trying a bourbon flight so you can try small doses of the different combinations.  

      2. Talk to your local tobacconist or cigar bar maven––they’re often the best sources when it comes to combination recommendations.

      3. Decide for yourself. We’ll offer a few combination ideas below, but always remember that taste is subjective––what tastes and feels great to someone else might not taste and feel great to you. That’s why it’s so crucial to take notes so that you can remember the different combinations you’ve tried previously.

      One final note: it’s a complete myth that expensive cigars have to go with expensive bourbons. The mix and match options are varied and nuanced, no matter your budget. But, without further ado, some suggestions.

      Cigar-boosting Bourbons and Bourbon-boosting Cigars

      1. Maker’s Mark & full-bodied Nicaraguan cigars. Maker’s Mark is a great, unfussy bourbon for cigar-swirling. It’s a highly accessible whiskey with a delightful sweetness and ease on the palette––and, at $39.99, it won’t break the bank. There are nice citric flavors, vanilla and cinnamon for the second act, and it’s topped off with caramel and malt. Because Maker’s is made with wheat instead of rye, the delivery is sweeter and less intense than your typical bourbon. We recommend it with a Nicaraguan cigar like Padrón 2000 Maduro, Padrón 1964 Anniversary Series Torpedo, or a Vegas Cubanas Generoso. These full-bodied cigars and their nutty, caramel, and pepper notes compliment the sweet Kentucky bourbon perfectly. With the Padróns you’ll see the bourbon bringing out hits of orange peel and marmalade. 

      2. Jim Beam & Punch Maduro. Everyone knows Jim Beam, but maybe you didn’t know how incredible it can be with a Honduran cigar like Punch. We recommend Punch in a Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper, though its Ecuadorian “Natural” wrapper is quite nice too. A smooth, medium-bodied cigar with notes of dark chocolate, black pepper, and hickory, it’s well-blended and rolled to perfection. But that perfection is just about doubled when paired with Jim Beam and its notes of toffee, caramel, and vanilla. 

      3. Wild Turkey & Rocky Patel’s The Edge. Here’s our most intense and full-bodied pick. Another Honduran cigar, it’s been a long-time favorite for fans of the full-bodied. The rich, leathery flavors are activated by the iconic bourbon, as are The Edge’s notes of cayenne and coffee beans. Wild Turkey’s hints of vanilla, honey, and caramel will mix with the spicy cigar for a Big Bang-esque explosion of flavor.  

      But whatever bourbon and cigar combo you choose, make sure you’ve got all the necessary accoutrement to make your experience that much more pleasurable. One of the most necessary tools is a cigar holder, and you can’t do better than a Stage V Cigar holder. It’s a simple, versatile solution for cigar lovers looking to keep better track of a cigar or avoid dirtying it up on an unhygienic surface. Crafted with industrial-strength neodymium magnets, Stage V Cigar holders easily attach to golf carts, boats, or cars. You’ll never again mark up a wood surface or glass table. Put simply, Stage V Cigar Holders keep your cigar protected and safe.

      Whether you’ve been smoking cigars for decades or are just starting to pick it up, the cigar and whiskey connoisseurs treasure hunt for finding the perfect combination is never done. Keep trying different combinations, and don’t be afraid to break some of the “rules” we highlighted above––sometimes you’ve got to do whatever it takes to find that perfect balance. Our final recommendation? Stop reading this. Instead, pour yourself a drink and light up a favorite cigar––your flavor odyssey awaits.  

      The World's Most Expensive Cigars

      The World's Most Expensive Cigars

      Long thought of as a habit for the wealthy, cigars have a certain association with both luxury and extravagance. But what are the most expensive, the creme-de-la-creme, the best out there cigars? Here are some of them.

      Gurkha Royal Courtesan Cigar


      That is 1 million dollars per cigar. Yes for just one. Gurkha Cigars crafted this epitome of luxury with an unrivaled attention to details. This million dollar cigar is infused with the incomparable Remy Martin Black Pearl Louis XIII, which sells for $165,000 per bottle. 

      Only an exclusive group of rollers are hand selected to roll these cigars. Beyond even that criteria the artisan rollers are blindfolded to ensure minimal distractions and to focus their attention to their hands while rolling. 

      That glow is stunning and created by wrapping each cigar in gold leaf, but what of the tobacco leaf you ask? Well, the tobacco leaf is a rare himalayan tobacco watered only with Fiji water. Cultivated, aged, and catered through the cigar process with exquisite care and attention to detail. The band is studded with diamonds totalling five carats. A ring far superior to most engagement bands.

      Once ordered a messenger wearing white gloves will hand deliver this cigar to your home, ensuring personal service and opulence on every step of its journey.

      Gran Habano No 5. ‘El Gigante’

      Gran Habano No 5. ‘El Gigante’

      Almost more a novelty than a true cigar, this is the worlds biggest cigar. It’s ring gauge is a whooping 1,920. The amount of tobacco used to make it was 1,600 pounds, approximately enough to make 25,000 normal cigars. Sold for $185,000 this cigar could be hypothetically smoked by 40 people at once.

      King of Denmark Cigar

      A luxury customizable cigar that is crafted to the buyers specifications. Options include gold foiling, inscription or the addition of precious metals and diamonds. Most commonly sold with a custom humidor made of sterling silver and plated in 24k gold. The humidor will set you back $8,500 and each cigar will cost $4,500 per cigar.

      Gurkha Black Dragon


      Released in 2006 these limited edition lovelies are a 52 ring gauge and 8.5 inches long. The wrapper is a Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro. With a binder of Cameroon and a filler of a 5 year aged Dominican. Each cigar is packed in an individual frosted tube, then placed in a leather box with distinctive orange velvet and placed in a chest carved from camel bone. 

      The name comes from the unique experience of this cigar, it is a delectibly complex smoke ranging from sour to sweet throughout its length.

      Priced at $1,150 per cigar.

      Gurkha His Majesty’s Reserve


      Only 100 boxes are produced annually causing enthusiasts to preorder years in advance. Sized at 7.5 inches by 52 ring gauge this Gurkha is made of 15 year old Connecticut Maduro. The Dominican binder and filler is aged 12 years. The filler is infused with aromatic Louis XIII cognac.

      Approximately $750 per cigar

      The Mayan Sicars


      800 of these rare pre-columbian cigars were discovered in Guatemala in 2012. The cigars date back over 600 years ago, and almost unbelievable are still smokeable today. Tobacco enthusiasts scrambled to acquire these prizes. A true legendary addition to the humidor. 

      Known as the Mayan Sicars, they were discovered by a team of archeologists from Tampa University. These academically inclined professional diggers were stunned to discover the immaculate condition of these cigars. They were sealed into clay pots and buried well below the surface. Luckily modern humidors are more accessible. THe noted proprietor of Santiago CIgar Factory in Rochester, New York purchased the collection at auction for $507,000.

      Around $634 per cigar

      Cohiba Behike


      So popular after its 2006 release Cohiba has since made a less exclusive version of this cigar. Named Behike in honor of a noted leader of the Taino Indians. The original cigars were limited to 100 humidors each housing 40 hand rolled cigars. 

      This is the world's most expensive cuban cigar still in production.

      Made from a cultivated blend from the Vuelto and Pinar del Rio regions this cigar was rolled at El Laguito Cohiba factory.  The humidors were made by noted French humidor crafter Elie Blue of skate skin, bone, and ebony. 

      The boxes cost around $18,000 or $450 per cigar.

      Arturo Fuente Opus X Ltd.


      Produced in 2003 in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Opus X, 100 humidors were made. Each humidor contains 100 Opus X cigars. 

      The limited edition humidors came in several finishes and colors. The taste of these cigars is vaulted and sworn to by connoisseurs across the world. Each box originally sold for $10,000 but has risen to $30,000 since then. Pricing each stick at $300.

      Fuente Don Arturo AnniverXario

      Fuente Don Arturo AnniverXario

      Celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2001, The Arturo Fuente company created limited edition cigar boxes containing 96 cigars in which 46 were wrapped with Maduro wrappers and 46 with an alternative natural wrapper. 

      Humidor options wew ebony, maple, sycamore, and walnut, though all lined with spanish cedar.

      Made with tobacco aged 7 years these cigars have a unique punch and are said to be a strong but wonderful experience. The wrappers come from Chateau de la Fuente in the Dominica Republic. These cigars have since been re-released but sell out at a remarkable speed. 

      A box is $7,500 for 96 cigars, but have been on the market for $163 per cigar as well.


      With that we have ten of the worlds most luxurious smokes. Some with gold and jewels others relying only on artisan craftsmanship and rarity to increase their price point. Whatever cigar you decide to buy, you'll need a cigar holder for when you want to put it down for a while. The Stage V cigar holder was specifically designed for that purpose. 

      12 Must Have Cigar Accessories


      There are a dizzying array of cigar accessories that the aficionado can collect and display.

      Some are more flash than function, but even the cigar minimalist will have a few key tools in their arsenal.

      If you are in hurry, here's the full list of must have cigar accessories. 

      • Cigar humidor 
      • The Hydrometer
      • Humidification Pack
      • Cigar Cutters
      • Cigar Lighters
      • Cigar Matches
      • Cedarwood Spills
      • The Draw Tool
      • Ashtray
      • Cigar Holder
      • Travel Humidor

      This list is organized not by importance but by order of use within the cigar ritual. As always cigar smoking is a personally crafted ritual full of choices at every turn. Tailoring your tools helps to tailor your experience.

      Cigar Humidors

      The Humidor

      Covered more thoroughly in Types of Cigar Humidors and How They Work the humidor is a masters tool for cigar storage. A bit of a commitment for the beginning smoker, humidors are a step up tool for some.

      Even novice smokers soon realize that storage is key to maintaining good cigar shelf life. Cigars are a tropical product, maintaining around a 70% humidity prevents the tobacco leaf from drying out thus preserving its flavor.

      The Hydrometer

      While most humidors come with a hydrometer, a way to measure humidity, most aficionados agree that calibration or modern digital hydrometers are needed to ensure accuracy of the ones built into boxes. A relatively cheap addition to your humidor a nice little digital hydrometer helps ensure your attention to your cigar microclimate is on point.

      The Humidification Pack

      There is much contention over the best way to keep your humidor in peak condition. The basics of distilled water to the complexity of glycol and gell beads. One of the best rated, easy use options is the humidification pack.

      The best of these not only add humidity but also absorb it if the environment is too moist. Material vary wildly as do price points and efficacy. As a simple start point though a acrylic jar humidor with a humidification pack is a great friend to the novice smoker.

      Learning the nuances of humidity, wood flavoring, and cigar aging can come with time. It is always a topic of popular discussion in smoking rooms.

      Cigar Cutters

      While you only technically need one cutter, most cigar smokers own at least one of each of these styles. They serve different purposes which can help you maximise your experience of different cigar shapes and sizes.

      The Guillotine/The Straight Cutter

      This is the classic cutter and for most people all they ever need. A sharp double blade has the highest reviews and overall longest life. Some cigar cutters can be sharpened, others cannot.

      Overall the goal is never to crush the wrapper, this risks cracking or splitting. So a sharp blade is key here. And remember to cut just the tip. The goal is merely to open the cigar, if you cut too deeply into the cap or shoulder of the cigar you risk cutting too deep and the wrapper will unravel ruining the experience.

      There are guides for cutting, angle cutting and reviews for best cutters available. We might dive into this subject in the future, but for now look for in a cutter what you would look for in a good knife, sharp quality steel that can be sharpened and last.

      The Punch Cutter

      As the name alludes to a punch cutter acts much like a hole punch cutting a small circle into the cigar. The precise nature means you can achieve the same hole size with each use.

      It cuts gently into the cap and pulls out ‘the plug’ opening the cigar delicately. This leave a good amount of the cap intact for a smooth edge smoke with almost no mess.

      Smokers who don’t wish to dust themselves with tobacco while cutting or risk too many loose leafs in the mouth. Clean and simple the punch is well favored as a cigar accessory and should be a tool in any smokers tool kit.

      The V Cutter

      A contentious option for some smokers, the V cutter cuts a V into the cigar opening it with a large surface area cutting deeply into the cigar without risking unraveling.

      Many of the more unique cigar shapes function best when V cut. Having this tool in your arsenal will ensure your ability to experience different cigar variations or even slightly different smoking experience with your favored brand.

      Cigar Lighters

      The Torch

      Butane or jet fuel lighters are popular. The key here is a clean burning lighter that does not grow hot too quickly. The lighting of a cigar is a process, the toasting and preparation of the cigar require a larger flame and longer burn time than a typical cigarette lighter.

      Some smokers like a sizable desk lighter to prevent the need to refill the lighter often. Others like the portability of a pocket torch.

      Cigar Matches

      Cigar matches are similar but distinct from a typical match. The longer stick allows for more time to burn and properly toast and light your cigar. As an accessory the classic match also adds a touch of old world class to your ritual. Importantly there are very few auxiliary chemicals in the head of the match, even so be sure to allow the ignition chemical to burn off before lighting your cigar.

      Susceptible to the classic dilemma of being easily extinguished by the wind, most outdoor smokers chose to have a torch at least as a backup. Having both on hand at home would allow you and your guests to choose their preferred method and lighting ritual. 

      Cedarwood Spills

      True aficionados often collect and use cedar spills for lighting their cigars. The spill is simply a thin length of wood that has no ignition source of its own. Lit from a match, torch, or other fire source, a spill is a long burning thin strip of wood.

      The real charm in this method is the scent of freshly burned cedar which can wet the appetite and prepare your senses to fully embrace the flavors of the coming cigar. It is a nice compliment to the process.

      Easily obtained at cigar stores from the thin bottom sections of cigar boxes, cedar spills are a great way to extend a match ensuring you have ample time to toast without striking a second match. A truly classic experience, try lighting up with cedar spills next-time you indulge in a high end stick.

      The Smoke Tools

      The Draw Tool

      There are simple and subsequently brutal draw pokers, essentially just a metal skewer. But there are now more nuanced options to better fix the common issues of overpacked or knotted cigars.

      As a natural handcrafted product there are occasionally errors in the rolling process creating a difficult draw for the smoker. The two errors are overpacking and twisting or knotting of tobacco within the wrapper. Some smokers simply reject such cigars others attempt to resolve the issue by using a draw tool to create an air channel.

      Certain cigar shapes the torpedo and the bellicoso are particularly prone to overpacking at the tips, leading some smokers to simply cut deeper into the cigar, but this negates the purpose of the unique shape to begin with.

      More sophisticated draws that allow you to cut and pull out some of the tobacco better target these two problems. Having a good draw tool in your arsenal can save an otherwise lost cigar. 

      The Ashtray

      A cigar ashtray is distinct from those for cigarettes. It is not a simple dish for stubbing cigars. A cigar should always be allowed to burn out by itself. The ash tray is both for resting the cigar and for rolling the ash off the cherry.

      Unlike a cigarette which is tapped the ash of a cigar serves a key purpose to the experience, ideally one inch of ash should be kept on the cigar to insulate the cherry and soften the heat of the cigar. The less ash the faster the burn, so again, it is a matter of preference.

      The Ash should be gently rolled from the cigar ensuring no damage to the wrapper. So when shopping for and ashtray keep that in mind. The classic of a wide shallow square dish is a classic for a reason offering a resting and rolling surface. Whenever you may be in motion or even just broad in your gestures you should consider a cigar holder instead.

      Cigar Holder

      While there are many cigar holders out there a nice secure holder with some type of attaching mechanism can help ensure a secure hold. You don't want to put your cigar in a holder only to have the whole holder fall.

      Our cigar holders are perfect from golfing to boating for providing a safe clean hold for your cigar, that otherwise might have to be set in the glass or on a dirty surface. Simple and effective with both magnets and velcro to ensure a secure hold even on a round surface such as the pole of a golf cart frame. 

      Travel Humidor

      While included overall in the humidor category, the travel humidor is worth an honorable mention of its own. The travel humidor protects your cigar and thus preserves the ritual and experience. Classy and practical whether you are traveling to your local links or off to a wedding. 


      While one cigar and a little fire is all you truly need to enjoy a good smoke, these tools will elevate your experience. Enjoy yourself and enjoy your cigar don’t drop your cigar, remember to invest in a good cigar holder, like a Stage V Cigar holder.

      How Moisture and Humidity Affect Your Cigars

      How Moisture and Humidity Affect Your Cigars

      Cigar and Wine Image


      Cigar smoking is a source of enjoyment for many, but for the best experience, cigars need special care. Heat and humidity have a negative effect on cigar quality, which can result in loss of flavor, drying or cracking, mold growth, or even devastation of your collection by tobacco beetles.                                                     

      To preserve richness and taste, it’s essential that humidity levels are maintained. Cigars absorb and retain moisture from the surrounding area, but can also dry out if not kept at an optimal moisture level: 70 degrees Fahrenheit and 73-74 percent RH (relative humidity). 

      If you find your cigar quality is lacking, it may not be the brand. Dry cigars are brittle; if you hear any cracking, then you know the cigar is too dry. If the cigar feels spongy and soft, then it’s too damp.

      Here’s more information to help diagnose your problem, and some information on how humidity will affect your cigar's burn and flavor:

      Not Enough Cigar Humidity

      A good cigar should burn slowly and evenly at a low temperature, allowing the tobacco’s sugars and oils to blend and consistently release a smooth flavor and aroma. A cigar’s moisture level is what ensures this proper burn. Dry cigars burn fast and hot.  If your humidity is too low your cigar wrapper will be brittle, and your cigar will burn quickly and give off a bitter taste. It will burn hot with too much smoke, hindering your enjoyment of the subtle flavors a good cigar provides.           

      Cigars are meant to burn evenly, at a low temperature. A slow burn allows the oils and sugars in the tobacco to blend together, so you can enjoy the layers of flavor. 

      A hot sun or even a strong wind can cause a cigar to dry out in just a few hours, losing flavor through evaporation of its essential oils. 

      So you’ll need to keep your cigars moist -- but not too moist.

      Too Much Cigar Humidity

      If your humidity is too high, the cigar will swell and restrict air flow throughout. This additional moisture washes out the flavor and overloads your palate with dense smoke. 

      A good cigar is usually rolled with several kinds of tobacco that are layered to burn and blend together. Poor air flow prevents a cigar from burning evenly, causing one of the flavors to overwhelm the rest – definitely not pleasing to your palate.

      If one part of your cigar burns faster than the rest, this is known as tunneling, canoeing, or running. When any of these occur, the oils and flavors will not mix in the way they were intended. Instead of a complex and layered smoke, you experience the cigar as simplistic and dull.

      It doesn’t take long for a cigar to dampen as it absorbs moisture from the air. Just a few minutes in heavy rain is enough to ruin a cigar’s moisture level, even if you’re under cover. 

      Keeping your cigar from absorbing too much humidity is important not only to maintain its quality, but also to prevent your entire cigar collection from being destroyed.

      Cigar Humidor

      Mold Growth

      Cigar Mold Growth

      Too much humidity can cause mold growth, ruining the cigar and possibly all others stored with it. You may see fuzzy spots on the wrapper, or white, green or gray patches on the cigar, but that distinctive musty smell is a sure sign of mold. You’ll need to dispose of any moldy cigars, and clean your storage vessel thoroughly.

      Do not confuse mold with bloom, however. Bloom (or plume) causes fine dusty spots on a cigar when the oils in a tobacco leaf crystallize and rise to the surface. It is easily dusted off with your finger, and is an indication that your cigar has been stored properly and has reached an optimal time to smoke. 

      Cigar Beetles

      You may find small, pin-sized holes in your cigar wrappers after they have been stored in warm, humid conditions. These holes are indicative of a beetle problem. If brown tobacco dust falls out when you tap the end of the cigar against a table, you have a beetle outbreak. 

      Tobacco beetles are tiny insects that thrive when the temperature is damp and warm. They feed on tobacco leaves and will destroy your entire cigar collection if you don’t act quickly. Cigars with holes should be disposed of immediately; unaffected cigars can be placed in a zippered plastic bag and placed in the freezer for three days, then moved to the refrigerator for another day to prevent shock from changing temperatures. 

      Wash your humidor thoroughly with a damp cloth, check the gauges, and consider your storage location to prevent another infestation.

      Optimal Cigar Storage

      The best way to protect your cigar collection from drying out or becoming damp is to store them in a cigar humidor. Humidors are designed to reproduce the humidity level of their country of origin; these sealed vessels allow to you adjust and maintain optimal humidity levels for your cigars. 

      Buying a Cigar Humidor

      Be sure to purchase the right size; an overcrowded humidor will dry out its contents, and an empty one is hard to balance the humidity.  Do not keep your cigar humidor in a warm or very cold room, and avoid direct sunlight, as this will keep the humidor from maintaining the correct levels.

      If you’re a casual smoker that doesn’t keep enough cigars to justify purchasing a humidor, preserve the moisture levels of your cigars by storing them in a plastic zippered bag inside another bag with a dampened sponge. 

      Plastic boxes are another place to store cigars. They will hold moisture as well as the plastic bag, just be sure to place the sponge in an upright plastic bag to avoid it touching the cigars.

      If you plan to store cigars for more than just a few weeks, give some thought to how you’ll keep them fresh.  With just a bit of care to ensure your cigars are properly stored, they’ll be ready to enjoy the next time you want to relax with a good smoke. 

      Top 10 Golf Accessory Gifts for Dad

      Top 10 Golf Accessory Gifts for Dad

      Whether your dad is a pro on the course or just a casual golfer, you’ll want to get him something that reflects his love for golf. But finding the perfect gift can be hard if you're not a fan of the sport yourself. 

      That’s why we’ve compiled our Top 10 Golf Accessory Gifts, perfect for the golf enthusiast Dad who is hard to buy for. Most of these items are found on Amazon, so you can pair items together for a quick and easy gift, without scouring the stores!


      1. Golf Whiskey Glasses

      Golf Whiskey GlassesThis heavy bottom and rounded dimpled golf ball design lead to a unique drinking experience. The dimples and angles of the glass give Dad’s favorite spirit a dramatic presentation.

      Hand-blown by skilled artisans, these glasses hold 10 ounces of liquor. Strong and durable for daily use, yet elegant enough for a special drink with Dad.

      Why not add a bottle of his favorite liquor to take this gift to the next level?


       2. Golf BBQ Tool Set

      Golf BBQ Tool SetIt’s a known fact that dads are King of the grill; this set helps Dad combine two of his favorite things! Made of high quality and durable stainless steel, these tools help him get a good grip while flipping those burgers.

      Your golfer and grill master will have everything he needs to fire up the grill in style: a golf-club style spatula, tongs, fork, golf-ball style salt & pepper shakers, and a silicone basting brush.

      There’s even a golf bag storage case included for grilling on the go. Just add in a few steaks, and you’ve got the best gift a Dad could ask for!

      3. Cigar Holder for Playing Golf

      Cigar Holder for Playing Golf Never let Dad put his cigar on pesticide & chemical-laden grass again! Stage V Clingers lets Dad enjoy his favorite cigar on the course while keeping it secure, clean, and dry.

      This clamp has industrial-strength magnets that easily attach to golf carts, boats, cars, and lawnmowers -and hold tight even through bumpy rides.

      The Stage V Clinger features a clip with a flexible ribbed design that holds all common cigar sizes without damage, while premium spring steel construction stands up to the elements. Clingers also include a wraparound Velcro strap for additional versatility.

      For the ultimate gift, pair with a box of Dad’s favorite cigars to enjoy on his next round of golf!

      4. Golf Bag Pen Holder

      This sporty golf pen set is the perfect way to add fun to Dad’s workspace. With a fully functional, miniature golf bag and three different club ballpoint pens, this lighthearted golf gift is perfect for the golfer whose head is always in the game. 

      The movable cart has three working rubber wheels and is available in six different colors, so you’re sure to find one to match Dad’s office.

      5. Remarkable Golf Courses Hardcover Book

      Remarkable Golf Courses Hardcover BookAnyone who loves and appreciates the game of golf has a bucket list of courses they’d like to play someday. This book brings together astonishing stories of dream courses with extraordinary photography.

      The many quirks of the golfing world are covered, such as the 18th green the other side of the River Lea which is serviced by an electric ferry, or the LA golf course that has its own funicular railway, or the floating golf hole in Idaho, where it’s not just the pin position that’s changed every day, it’s the distance from the shore!

      Your Dad is sure to enjoy this book; it may even serve as inspiration for his next golf trip!


      6. Golf Ball Display Case 

      Many golfers collect balls from their favorite courses, destinations, or events - this Golf Ball Display Cabinet will show them off in style. With room to elegantly display up to 25 standard balls, this stately cabinet can be set on a desk or shelf or is easily mounted to the wall.

      The green felt the background is a great contrast to the ball color; indentations on the shelves keep each ball in place. Dad will love this thoughtful gift, as he displays his memorable shots, club tournament achievements, and autographed balls.


      7. Pop Up Golf Chipping Net

      Pop Up Golf Chipping NetGolfers know the best way to improve your game is to practice. Skip the miniature desktop putting set and give dad a gift that will really help his game when he can’t get out on the green. Portable and incredibly easy to set up, this pop-up chipping net will help Dad train in his yard or basement whenever he wants.

      Designed for easy transport, this set includes a pop-up golf chipping net,  carry bag, 15 golf practice balls, 6 golf tees, and 8 ground nails. Multiple pockets and target allow for rigorous practice sessions, challenging Dad’s swing with each shot.

      This great gift will help Dad perfect his short game while having a lot of fun!


      8. Golf Ball Cleaner

      Golf Ball CleanerIf your Dad’s an avid golfer, he’s probably invested quite a bit of money in clubs and other equipment. But if he’s hitting dirty golf balls on the green, he may not be playing as well as he could. A portable golf ball washer is a helpful item, but something Dad might not think to buy for himself.

      This Golf Ball and Iron Cleaner is a clean, sanitary alternative to dirty ball washers or a messy towel. When it gets dirty, just toss it in the washer. It’s completely portable, and the inside stays moist through the entire round.

      Dad can attach it to his belt loop, golf bag, golf cart, or just place in his back pocket. Its large cleaning surface and ease-of-use make this a truly functional tool that no golfer should be without.

      Constructed with durable neoprene material, this gift is expertly crafted to last Dad many rounds to come. Why not add a new box of balls to the gift, so he starts off with really clean golf balls?



      9. Titleist Pro V1X Golf Balls

      Titleist Pro V1X Golf BallsIf your Dad is a serious golf player, you can’t buy him just any old ball. Although golf balls look alike on the outside, they’re not all created the same. Each model has design features that help specific styles of play; it’s the inner layers that cause the ball to behave in different ways. 

      Titleist is a popular brand used by both pros and amateurs. The Pro V1x golf balls are on the high end, but they’re a fantastic quality ball that is worth the extra cost and can actually help Dad shoot a lower score.

      For extra distance with a highly controllable spin on the ball, the Pro V1x delivers. You know Dad might never buy these for himself – why not treat him to some premium balls?


      10. Golf Light

      Golf LightThis unique golf gift radiates light in a gorgeous 3D golfer shape that will impress Dad over and over. It has smart touch control that can be fixed on one color or set on gradual color changing: red, green, blue, yellow, cyan, pink, and white.