Daily deal sites are a strange thing. Look up other sport’s daily deal sites. You probably can’t find anything. For real, do it. Type in “daily (sport) deals”, there are hardly any!
Now type in “daily golf deals”, and you will find a number of different results. There are multiple sites that are 100% dedicated to finding the best deals (either by themselves or by looking at all of the different online golf stores and picking the “best” deals) each day.
Clearly golfers love buying golf equipment. When they can find a good deal for something that they will need eventually, they will buy it! But, who has time to search through all of the daily golf deal sites anyway? Not me, that’s for sure.
I’m just playing. I actually do the same thing. I simply look for the ONE best deal that I can find each morning or evening, and link to it (see the sidebar –>).
I do this to bring customers to Amazon and other sites that I am an affiliate of, and hope that they buy something so that I can afford to spend lots of time writing in depth, helpful content. That’s the same reason there are so many daily deal sites available at the moment. The demand is there!
In this article, I am going to go over all of the golf daily deal sites that are in business right now. I’m going to tell you about their weaknesses and their strengths, and hopefully I can result in you finding one daily deal site that you will bookmark or continue to check in on. Don’t waste time on the others, in my honest opinion.
If you don’t want to read this entire article, my basic advice is to subscribe to DealTrackGolf.com and bookmark DealaDayGolf.com to make sure you don’t miss any great deals! Then, sign up for one of the Tee Time Deal sites listed. I wouldn’t spend much time on the other sites. Stick to eBay and my golf on a budget series for the best value golf equipment!
#1 Daily Deal Site: DealTrackerGolf.com
This is the cream of the crop. It is simply one page of information that includes all deals in one place. It makes it very easy, as a consumer, to pick out the deal that you are most interested in that day.
The site is updated daily, no exceptions. They list tons of different deal options, not just one like some other sites. They provide simple links so that you can easily reach the actual deal site.
The only downside is that they are not the actual merchant of the golf deals. The downside to that is simply that you might have to purchase deals on multiple different websites and platforms. You’ll have to input your payment info into multiple different websites, instead of being able to consistently buy your golf deals with a quick checkout.
They are simply a middleman. However, I think the benefit of having everything in one place FAR outweighs the negatives.
There was recently a large Srixon golf ball sale going on leading up to the US Open. They are offering Z Star balls, an incredible ball in it’s own right, for just $20 a dozen. Even better than that, their Q-star, also a great ball, was only priced at $10 per dozen.
I used this opportunity to determine which site would list this incredible deal. Most sites didn’t have anything about it. However, dealtrackergolf.com clearly did their research and due diligence. Besides listing that golf deal, they listed 14 OTHER golf deals that you could choose from.
Even better, they didn’t just list an item and a price. They put a short description for each of the 15 deals of the day, which must have taken a lot of time and effort.
I have bought multiple things using dealtrackergolf.com, because they save me time and make finding deals 100% easier than searching on my own for hours.
Anytime there are complex instructions to get the deal from another site, the site owner explains very clearly what steps need to be taken and what restrictions might apply.
Overall, he just goes above and beyond for all of the readers, and I (and many other golfers) really appreciate it.
Besides that, he also tweets every deal each day. So if you are a big twitter user, check him out on twitter @dealtrackergolf. If twitter isn’t your thing but you hate checking a website everyday, consider just signing up for the daily email that lists each deal and how to get it. That’s what I do!
A Close Second Place: DealADayGolf.com
If you are looking for great value deals, that aren’t necessarily just available for one day, Deal a Day Golf is a great pick for you.
They offer a wide variety of clothes, equipment, training aids, technology, etc.
Another great benefit is that they are actually the supplier of the items. You actually purchase it through their website, and they accept Paypal as well, which makes it much faster!
I’m a big fan of the variety of items they have. The deals are not just 24 flash deals like RockBottomGolf. They are just deals that they offer until the items sell out, so I really like the business model. They work with golf wholesalers and buy equipment from them that is about to be one season old. Therefore, they can buy it cheap and sell it for a slight profit to customers looking for deals.
They do have a lot of ads that can kind of bog you down at times. But, if you can navigate through those and truly find what you need, you are sure to find a great deal!
I wish that this site would have some sort of notification reminder. I think it would help them have more repeat customers as well.
Another thing I wish they did was have ALL of the deals available to see on one single page. Right now, they just have a main deal page with 10 or so deals and then you have to go to one of the 40ish different categories you are looking for to find more deals.
Overall, I would say that this is the #2 best golf deal site online.
DealTrackerGolf does not always list DealADay Golf deals on their site, so my recommendation would be to bookmark this site and sign up for the DealTrackerGolf email list to have your bases covered.
Best Tee Time Deals: TeeOff.com and GolfNow.com
If you are looking for the best daily deals for TEE TIMES, not golf equipment of any kind, TeeOff.com and GolfNow.com are the sites for you.
They offer deals on a daily basis for courses near you. They make it very easy to simply plug in your zip code and the day you are wanting to play, and they will find the best deals for you.
If you are not a member of a club, and like playing lots of different courses, this is almost a MUST-HAVE.
Many times they will even offer an additional discount code to use to save even more money. Plus, if you use them enough, they will give you benefits and free rounds for being a loyal customer.
Between the two, there are not many differences at all. Depending on where you are located or what day you want to play, one might offer a better price one day, and the other one the next day.
So, my advice would be to check both of them ANYTIME you are about to book a tee time at full price.
Many golf courses partner with these websites to fill more tee times, even if It means taking a lower price. Take advantage!
The three above are the best in my opinion. The ones listed below this are more for extra information for those that are curious.
RockBottomGolf.com (John’s Daly Deal)
I used to be a huge fan of RockBottomGolf. Recently, though, I feel like they have been losing out to eBay sellers and other sellers like 3Balls golf and Dallas Golf. They simply aren’t offering the competitive deals that they used to.Unfortunately, this is true when it comes to their daily deal as well. I’ve noticed recently that their daily deal is often times an offbrand club. And when it’s actually a solid club from a great company, either the price is still too high or the club sells out too soon.
Many times, it’s simply just too hard to beat eBay, which offers the most competitive deals on a day to day basis. And I can understand that! A company like Rock Bottom Golf has employees and overhead that they have to cover, while many (or most) eBay sellers do not.
This doesn’t mean that their deal is always bad. I have seen some great deals over the years. However, what are the odds that the ONE club that they have is exactly what you want or need? That’s why I am a big fan of sites like DealTracketGolf, which gives you multiple options to choose from.
The fact that their daily golf deal sells out sometimes is definitely not the worst thing. That just means that you need to get their sooner! I would recommend signing up for an email subscription for DealTrackerGolf, because Rock Bottom Golf is one of the many companies’ deals that they include on their site.
GolfDiscount.com’s Daily Deal (At Cost)
GolfDiscount tends to have some great deals each day. However, they are almost always clothing. They hardly ever have any deals on equipment or clubs. This isn’t a bad thing at all, just something worth noting.
Their really good deals are typically listed on DealTrackerGolf, so as long as you are following or visiting them, you are good!
Everything they list tends to sell for around $20, which is a great deal for clothing that often sells for $60 in stores. However, as most closeouts typically work, they don’t always have many colors or sizes available, so make sure to double check that you are ordering exactly what you want.
MyGolfSpy.com’s Daily Deal
MyGolfSpy.com is an incredible website. They have a lot of resources and spend a lot of time to develop the most helpful golf articles that they can. One day, I honestly hope to be able to provide as much value and have as much respect as they do.
With that being said, their daily deal section of their site is typically just deals from RockBottomGolf, CallawayPreOwned, and 2nd Swing Golf.
So, yes, they do provide the value of saving you time from visiting all of these sites. However, they list things in terms of % off of retail. The problem is, lots of their clubs are used, so finding a retail value for used clubs is practically impossible. Basically, their % off numbers are simple useless in my opinion.
They also list a lot of no name golf brands, which I am always very surprised to see. You’d think they would only recommend and show high quality, reliable clubs.
There are also multiple times that they list a club that you will click on, and then you find out that it’s actually not in stock at the actual store (like at RockBottomGolf).
This doesn’t happen too often, but there have been some times that I have been let down to see that.
With that being said, though, they do a good job of filtering through these three sites and offering a large majority of good deals all on one page. However, most of the crazy good deals are also listed on DealTrackerGolf, so I wouldn’t add MyGolfSpy.com’s daily deal site to your “must watch” list.
Divot Golf Deals
I was very sad to see Divot change its website from a daily deal site to a more entertainment based site. They used to provide some great deals on a daily basis, but now they just remind me of a below average news site now. I can’t help but imagine that they lost a lot of viewers to their site for that. I’m sure there was a reason for it though.
However, they do still have deals occasionally, if you are subscribed to their email list. The deals typically just come from 3BallsGolf though, so not fulfilled by them personally.
Proozy is a really well build site meant for lots of daily deals, not just golf. However, they do spend a lot of time on their golf selection, because they have offered some great deals in the past. At this time, you can get a brand new Ogio golf bag for under $100, which is hardly ever possible.
I have never bought anything personally from them, as making golf a big part of their website was a pretty recent move.
Their deals last for 7 days and expire at midnight. So it’s not technically a daily golf deal site, but I wanted to mention them anyway. Their great deals, like many other sites, are all covered on DealTrackerGolf, so I would just stick with them to find the best deals each day.
GolfClubGuru.com (My personal favorite) 🙂
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