By Eric Epstein
This handy scorecard album allows avid golfers to savor their best moments.
Fore! Heads up, golf fans, because this ingenious scorecard album is about to change how you remember those brisk mornings and lazy afternoons spent on the links. Forget plaid pants, pom-pom hats, and personalized tees. Those gifts are all well and good, but there's a new present in town and it's changing the landscape of golf gifts for the better.
The golf scorecard keeper album is part scrapbook, part journal. There are pockets for a whopping 52 scorecards -- that's one game per week, if you're living your best life -- as well as accompanying space in which you can record everything from key player details to weather conditions to what you snacked on while you waited for your buddy to whack his way out of the rough. Thanks to acid-free archival paper, scorecards will stay in stellar condition for years to come, ensuring that you're magical hole-in-one or seven-under-par will never be lost to the ravages of time.
Most gifts for golfers focus on the practical, but this present is much more sentimental in nature. Get the golf score keeper book for the golfer who loves to brag about his accomplishments, the player who views each outing as a chance to reconnect with friends or family members, or the budding pro who's tracking his tee times and course averages in vivid detail.