The best Black Friday golf club savings are still available this Cyber Monday!

It’s not Black Friday anymore but loads of the best golf club deals are still live this Cyber Monday.

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December is quickly approaching, Black Friday has finished, and with fewer and fewer sunny rounds to enjoy, golfers worldwide can at least get excited at the news of the Black Friday sales continuing into Cyber Monday!

Whether you’re looking to gain some extra yards with one of the best drivers on the market, or perhaps one of the best putters will provide the long overdue TLC your short game has been missing, our pick of the best Black Friday golf club deals will give you the inspiration you need to bag yourself a bargain.

Cyber Monday golf club deals 2023: Last chance to access the best savings on the web

Best US Club Deals

Dick’s Sporting Goods: Save $200 on Cobra and Callaway woods

PGA Tour Superstore: Save 17% on TaylorMade Stealth 2 drivers and fairway woods

Best UK Club Deals

Clubhouse Golf: Save 42% on Cleveland RTX 3 Tour Satin Chrome wedges

American Golf: Save £300 on Cobra King irons

Scottsdale Golf: Save £60 on Odyssey White Hot Versa putters

Clubhouse Golf: Save £240 on TaylorMade P770 irons

We will endeavor to regularly update this page with the latest temptations from the game’s biggest brands as retailers make them available ahead of the official Black Friday weekend on November 24.

So bookmark this page and check in regularly via the relevant ‘Jump To’ links above to make sure you don’t miss out this holiday season!

Don’t forget! You can get 20% off a Today’s Golfer subscription AND get 24 Wilson golf balls this Black Friday. Use code EXTRA20 at the checkout. 

No left-handed clubs here! John Robins and Andrew 'Beef' Johnston in the North Middlesex Golf Club pro shop.

Best Cyber Monday Golf Club Deals: US

Best Cyber Monday Golf Deals US: Drivers

Nothing gets a golfer more pumped than unleashing a rocket straight down the middle. If you want to upgrade your big stick this winter, check out some outstanding deals below, or for more fantastic options, visit our dedicated best Black Friday and Cyber Monday driver deals page.

Was $499.99 - Now $249.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods.

SAVE $250!

Rrp: $399.99

Price: $249.98
Alternative Retailers
Golf Galaxy
$249.99
Walmart
$249.99
DICK'S Sporting Goods
$249.99
The MAVRIK was one of our best-performing drivers on test in 2020 and is a fantastic option for those seeking a long and strong driver, combined with excellent forgiveness and satisfying acoustics.

The MAVRIK produced ball speeds within 0.1mph of our fastest driver of the year (which you wouldn’t expect from a more forgiving model) and within two yards of our longest-carrying driver. But doing it while offering up the narrowest back and sidespin drop-offs (by 32%), as well as the tightest carry drop-offs (by 55%) of our whole test, is a seriously impressive performance.

Read our full Callaway Mavrik driver review.

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Was $579.00 - Now $399.98 at PGA Tour Superstore.

Only a handful of drivers have ever changed the game as we know it. So rare are true revolutionary drivers, over the last four decades just a handful of models have genuinely changed the direction of our game and a collection of them have made it into the best drivers in golf.

Included in that elusive list is TaylorMade's Stealth driver which we included in our most forgiving drivers of 2022. For the majority of club golfers, the standard Stealth model offers a better combination of ball speed and backspin compared to the Stealth Plus, and thanks to the extra 15% MOI it will be more forgiving and easy to live with on the golf course.

Read our full TaylorMade Stealth driver review.

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Was $499.99 - Now $249.98 at PGA Tour Superstore.

The ZX5's weight is positioned low and deep in the head to raise MOI and forgiveness. Golfers can expect a confidence-inspiring sound and look at address, along with a forgiving launch and ball flight.

Each ZX driver, fairway, and hybrid has been engineered with a rebound frame that Srixon says provides a more efficient transfer of energy. Two zones (the driver face and body surrounding it) are specifically optimized to deform at impact and snap back, which Srixon says gives a more efficient transfer of energy than other driver designs.

Read our full Srixon ZX5 and ZX7 drivers review.

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Best Cyber Monday Golf Deals US: Fairway Woods

Choosing the best fairway wood for your game is one of the trickier club choices in golf. If you’re in need of some guidance on how to choose your perfect fairway wood then read through our FAQs.

Was $339.00 - Now $249.00 at Dick's Sporting Goods.

SAVE $90!

Rrp: $339.99

Price: $249.98
Ping has been known for making some of the game's most forgiving fairway woods since they introduced the Ping G2 way back in 2004. We talk a lot about the forgiveness of Ping drivers and irons but the fairways are just as friendly and the G425 Max is every bit as good as any of its predecessors.

The G425 MAX is aimed at a wide audience of golfers and will be the most forgiving option for the majority of players. Ping says the Max is 4.5 yards longer than the previous G410 fairway wood, thanks to the new Face Wrap and Spinsistency tech. The lower part of the face has less loft, so shots spin less and go further, yet higher up the face there’s more loft (which means more spin) so shots stay in the air for longer. The result is less difference in launch, spin, and carry distance between low, middle, and high face impacts.  

Read our full Ping G425 Max fairway wood review.

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Was $349.99 - Now $299.98 at Dick's Sporting Goods.

SAVE $50!

Rrp: $299.99

Price: $242.00
Alternative Retailers
PGA TOUR Superstore
$249.98
Golf Galaxy
$249.99
DICK'S Sporting Goods
$249.99
The Stealth 2 fairway woods are an excellent fit for most reasonable speed club golfers. TaylorMade likes to refer to them as their cheat code, so long as you don’t find launching modern fairways from the deck a challenge. Without a doubt one of the longest and most forgiving fairway woods available in 2023.    

Thanks to lowering the center of gravity inside the Stealth 2 head, the high CT area is more aligned with where golfers impact shots when hitting from the turf. The idea is simple but it means shots are easier to flight, with additional speed. TaylorMade has achieved it by reducing face and crown height by 2mm and positioning sizeable internal mass towards the rear of the head.

Read our full TaylorMade Stealth 2 fairway woods review.

Was $229.99 - Now $179.98 at PGA Tour Superstore.

The Launcher XL Halo fairway woods are the most forgiving and confidence-inspiring fairway woods Cleveland Golf has ever made, and are therefore a great option for those looking to improve the consistency of their ball striking.

With an extremely high MOI design, Gliderail technology, and Rebound Frame, the Launcher XL Halo provides a great balance of distance and consistency that will be highly appealing to game improvement players.

Read our full Cleveland Launcher XL Halo fairway wood review.

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Best Cyber Monday Golf Deals US: Irons

A new set of irons is arguably the most expensive purchase you are likely to make along your golf journey. Black November is therefore a great opportunity to load up your bag with a shiny new set, and if you still can’t find the bargain you’re looking for below, check out our dedicated best Black Friday golf irons page.

Was $1,399.99 - Now $1,199.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods (4-PW).

SAVE $200!
Price: $1399.99
Alternative Retailers
PGA TOUR Superstore
$1399.99
Golf Galaxy
$1399.99
Aimed at golfers who are looking for a players’ distance iron with a refined shape and premium forging, Paradym suits players from around a four-handicap up to 12 and uses less powerful lofts than the X, slotting it nicely into the best players’ distance irons category.

A pre-worn leading edge is designed to get through the ground more efficiently and boost forgiveness, while up to 67g of Tungsten has been placed both internally and externally to position each club’s center of gravity more precisely than ever before. This will help make the irons easy to launch and boost speeds on off-center hits, which the brand says will prove the difference between hitting targets and coming up short.

Read our full Callaway Paradym irons review.

Was $1,312.99 - Now $999.98 at PGA Tour Superstore (5-UW).

Ping is the first company we’ve spoken to who’ve talked about how their hollow body irons (the i59 players’ iron and this i525 model) have been specifically developed to eliminate the ‘no spin knuckle ball’ that flies forever, that some players complain about with fast face irons.

It’s not something we’ve experienced ourselves in our tests over the years, but if the lack of consistency is something that’s put you off hollow body fast face irons before then the brilliant i525 irons should definitely tempt you.

Read our full Ping i525 irons review.

Was $799.99 - Now $599.98 at PGA Tour Superstore.

Callaway’s Mavrik irons are designed to suit the vast majority of golfers. The long irons are designed for launch and speed, the mid irons target speed and spin consistency, while the short irons are optimized for spin and precision to promote pinpoint shot-making.

We love how the standard Mavrik sits behind the ball, the improved sound is light years away from traditional loud fast face tech and the Pro model looks sleek. If you’ve been put off strong-lofted irons in the past, perhaps this year is the year to give them another look, as the latest tech really does make them very playable.

Read our full Callaway Mavrik irons review.

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Best Cyber Monday Golf Deals US: Wedges

Wedge play is a huge part of the game and spending time choosing the best wedges to suit your game is a process often overlooked by many golfers. Why not give yourself some more makable birdie putts by taking advantage of one of the great deals below?

Was $199.00 - Now $129.00 at Dick's Sporting Goods.

SAVE $70!

Rrp: $199.99

Price: $128.98
Ping’s fourth-generation Glide 4.0 wedge is halfway between a full-on blade wedge and a much deeper traditional cavity back. By splitting weight low and high in the blade stability is increased, which ups consistency particularly well when shots are hit high on the face.

In combination with the precision-milled face and grooves, the new Emery face blast adds more texture, creating higher friction and interaction between the club and ball for more spin and lower launch. The Glide 4.0 is a high-performing all-rounder that's hard to fault.

Read our full Ping Glide 4.0 wedges review.

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Was $179.99 - Now $129.99 at PGA Tour Superstore.

Having featured in the bags of players such as Jon Rahm, Dustin Johnson, and Rory McIlroy, it is safe to assume this wedge delivers a high level of versatility around the green.

The Hi-Toe’s full-face scoring lines ensure consistent ball contact out of the rough, while the high bounce leading edge and channel cut midsole make for a more efficient turf interaction which provides cleaner contact with the golf ball for optimal short-game accuracy and control.

Read our full TaylorMade MG Hi-Toe Raw wedge review.

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Was $179.99 - Now $149.98 at PGA Tour Superstore.

If you’re the type of golfer who just wants a brilliant traditional shape wedge with a familiar groove pattern, and you want a ton of loft, sole grind, and finish options then the MG3’s will be completely up your street.

The MG3 was among our five highest-spinning wedge models of 2022. The model also gave our test pro his 2nd lowest carry distance drop off (8 yds / 8.2% – which improves consistency) and we love the super simple look and straight leading edge at address.

Read our full TaylorMade Milled Grind 3 wedge review.

Best Cyber Monday Golf Deals US: Putters

If it hasn’t been your season on the greens then Black November presents a fantastic opportunity to turn a corner by adding a brand new flat stick to your bag. Check out our star buys below or for more inspiration be sure to check out our dedicated guide to the best Black Friday putter deals.

Was $349.99 - Now $199.98 at PGA Tour Superstore.

TaylorMade’s Spider has done more than any other flat stick to change putters over the last decade ranking in the best putters category for many years. It played an instrumental role in convincing the likes of Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, and Jason Day – plus countless other pros – to switch to bigger, more forgiving, higher MOI putters.

The Spider GT sets a new standard in terms of performance and contemporary construction. Its modern wing design has sharp angular features and extreme perimeter weighting for optimal forgiveness. As far as compact stable putters go, the GT is right there amongst the very best.

Read our full TaylorMade Spider GT putters review.

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Was $419.99 - Now $249.98 at PGA Tour Superstore.

All three testers loved the head's simplicity, the putter's overall weight (which is heavier than some), and the cracking oversized Winn grip which sits snugly in the hands.

If you’re in the market for a new mallet or high MOI flat stick, you’d be well advised to add Evnroll to your shortlist. They’re quality and genuinely offering something you won’t get from many putter makers.  

Read our full EVNROLL ER7 putter review.

Best Cyber Monday Golf Club Deals: UK

Best Cyber Monday Golf Deals: Drivers

Nothing gets a golfer more pumped than unleashing a rocket straight down the middle. If you want to upgrade your big stick this winter, check out some outstanding deals below, or for more fantastic options, visit our dedicated best Black Friday driver deals page.

Was £399.00 - Now £229.00 at American Golf.

The LTDx is a true driver unicorn – it is the first driver to achieve zero CGna and a high MOI at 5200. It is aimed at players who want maximum speed and distance but also value forgiveness and a straight ball flight.

The LTDx was tied for second (with the Callaway Rogue ST Max) for fastest ball speed, first and second at protecting ball speed and carry (within this category) respectively, and it was also our pro’s second longest forgiving driver; an undeniably impressive performance.

Read our full Cobra King LTDx driver review.

Was £469.00 - Now £229.00 at Scottsdale Golf.

SAVE £240!

Rrp: $399.99

Price: $249.98
Alternative Retailers
Golf Galaxy
$249.99
Walmart
$249.99
DICK'S Sporting Goods
$249.99
The MAVRIK was one of our best-performing drivers on test in 2020 and is a fantastic option for those seeking a long and strong driver, combined with excellent forgiveness and satisfying acoustics.

The MAVRIK produced ball speeds within 0.1mph of our fastest driver of the year (which you wouldn’t expect from a more forgiving model) and within two yards of our longest-carrying driver. But doing it while offering up the narrowest back and sidespin drop-offs (by 32%), as well as the tightest carry drop-offs (by 55%) of our whole test, is a seriously impressive performance.

Read our full Callaway Mavrik driver review.

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Was £519.00 - Now £329.00 at Scottsdale Golf.

Since their introduction in 2021, Titleists TSi drivers have become the most-played drivers on the PGA Tour with more than 100 players putting them in the bag. Both the TSi2 and TSi3 drivers feature Titleist’s SureFit hosel with 16 independent loft and lie settings, plus headweight adjustability (in two-gram increments, ranging from -4g to 4g) to create an ideal and consistent ball flight for your game.

The more modern-shaped TSi2 is aimed at players who want speed and accuracy across the entire face. It has an exceptionally stable high-MOI design with an adjustable swing weight and deeper, lower fixed CG to maximize distance through high launch and low spin.

Read our full Titleist TSi2 and TSi3 driver review.

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Best Cyber Monday Deals UK: Fairway Woods

Choosing the best fairway wood for your game is one of the trickier club choices in golf. If you’re in need of some guidance on how to choose your perfect fairway wood then take a read through our FAQs.

Was £349.00 - Now £239.00 at American Golf.

Very few amateur golfers will spend £349 on a new fairway wood, but it’s important to understand, thanks to a titanium and carbon fiber chassis the Stealth Plus+ is essentially a mini-sized driver, so it comes with extra production costs.

The Plus was our joint 2022 longest fairway wood (tied with the Callaway Rogue ST LS) at 251 yds carry distance (6 yards longer than the Stealth), but more importantly, our data shows exactly why TaylorMade elite staff players love putting this model in play.

Read our full TaylorMade Stealth Plus fairway wood review.

Was £315.00 - Now £183.20 at Scottsdale Golf.

The LST is a lower-spinning option for high-swing-speed players. Expect 200 RPM less spin than the previous G410 LST fairway wood on average, but Ping says the new Spinsistency face is so efficient it gives 450 RPM less spin on low face impacts than the previous model.  

Read our full Ping G425 fairway woods review.

Was £299.00 - Now £209.00 at Scottsdale Golf.

SAVE £90!

Rrp: $349.99

Price: $229.98
The Rogue ST Max will fit a wide range of golfers who are looking for speed, forgiveness, and all-around performance. It’s a mid-launch club with a slight draw bias.

The Rogue ST Max features stronger lofts and a slightly more open-face angle compared to the Max D model. The Max model has the most robust loft offerings, plus unique progressive shaping on the 3 & 5 woods to enhance MOI.

Read our full Callaway Rogue ST Max fairway wood review.

Best Cyber Monday Deals UK: Golf Irons

A new set of irons is arguably the most expensive purchase you are likely to make along your golf journey. Black November is therefore a great opportunity to load up your bag with a shiny new set, and if you still can’t find the bargain you’re looking for below, check out our dedicated best Black Friday golf irons page.

Was £899.00 - Now £449.00 at Clubhouse Golf.

SAVE 50%
The Forged Tec One Length irons have all the same tech as the variable model but are configured with a constant, 7-iron length set-up. Having every iron the same length promotes one repeatable setup, posture, and swing for more consistency. This reduces variables in posture and ball position to promote more centered contact and more accuracy as a result.

Cobra engineers have manipulated the design of each iron to match the weight and length of a 7-iron, allowing for optimal distances and gapping between irons. This is primarily achieved through matching 7-iron head and swing weights in every iron in the set to create a consistent feel.

Read our full Cobra King Forged Tec irons review.

Was £989.00 - Now £649.00 at Clubhouse Golf (4-PW).

SAVE £340!
With more of a “players'” look than the P790, but more forgiveness than the P7MB and P7MC, TaylorMade’s P770 iron fills an important gap for good golfers.

Like the previous model, the new TaylorMade P770 has a forged 4140 steel face and soft 8620 carbon steel body. Inside, there’s SpeedFoam Air to support the face and dampen vibration, while a Thru-Slot Speed Pocket ensures maximum flex for shots hit low on the face.

Read our full TaylorMade P770 golf irons review.

Was £799.00 - Now £499.00 at American Golf (5-GW).

With a 7-iron loft of 26.5°, take our word for it, you will need speed to launch this model successfully from the turf, especially if you have plans of stopping shots on a green. If you have plenty of speed then please go ahead, and fill your boots with one of the fastest and longest mid-handicap irons.

In more good news for mid-handicappers, LTDx’s long irons are impressively forgiving. Cobra has worked out a way to make the hot area of the thin fast faces in the 4–7 irons 23% larger. It means shots launch a little higher but the loss of ball speed and carry distance on off-center hits is minimal.

Read our full Cobra LTDx irons review.

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Was £999.00 – Now £599.00

The JPX921 Tour has been squeezed more towards the player iron market, there’s a shorter blade length and reduced offset to cater to the eye of better players. A beveled trailing edge improves turf interaction, which helps players who hit down on their irons and engage the turf.

Mizuno says it is perfect for golfers who want a bit of everything (forged feel and sound, fast ball speeds, great looks, and a degree of forgiveness), but don’t want to compromise on anything to get it. We believe they suit 10-14 handicappers brilliantly, and many golfers will find themselves choosing between these and Mizuno’s hollow body MP-20 HMB.

Read our full Mizuno JPX921 irons review.

Best Cyber Monday UK Golf Deals: Wedges

Wedge play is a huge part of the game and spending time choosing the best wedges to suit your game is a process often overlooked by many golfers. Why not give yourself some more makable birdie putts by taking advantage of one of the great deals below?

Was £119.99 - Now £69.99 at Clubhouse Golf.

SAVE £50!
By being short game specialists Cleveland focuses lots of time on improving every aspect of the wedges they produce, and it’s clear to see plenty of thoughts gone into the RTX-3.

Tiny things like the direction of the face milling to maximize grip when opening the face, and protecting every face groove from the finishing process (so it’s razor-sharp) means the RTX-3 is right at the top of the pile when it comes to performance, value for money and of course options to allow you to work them into your bag. 

Read our full Cleveland RTX 3 wedge review.

Was £169.00 - Now £129.00 at Scottsdale Golf.

SAVE £40!

Rrp: $179.99

Price: $149.98
Alternative Retailers
Golf Galaxy
$149.99
DICK'S Sporting Goods
$149.99
Bob Vokey’s creates arguably the best golf wedges. They are the most played on the PGA Tour and Titleist say SM9 offers the “Ultimate in Optionality” thanks to its seven grinds and lofts ranging from 46º to 62º.

Available in brushed steel, chrome, jet black, and raw, the SM9 comes with a True Temper Dynamic Golf S200 shaft and a Tour Velvet 360 White grip. It can also be customized with six unique toe engravings, a variety of stamping options, and custom paint fills on the loft, bounce, grind, and Vokey wings markings.

Read our full Titleist SM9 wedges review.

Was £109.00 - Now £79.00 at American Golf.

This wedge features Snakebite Groove Technology, utilizing a re-engineered cutting method that replaces cutting tools more often to tighten groove tolerances, maximize groove volume, and create the sharpest and most accurate grooves possible.

Read our full Cobra King Snakebite wedge review.

Was £159.00 - Now £89.00 at Scottsdale Golf.

Targeting everyone from tour pros to casual golfers, Callaway dubbed the Jaws Full Toe a “Spin Machine”, designed to give you control on all wedge shots, from chips, pitches, flops, and bunker shots to full shots into the green.

But there’s more to the Jaws Full Toe than spin. The wedge offers incredible greenside versatility thanks to a combination of the full-toe shape and a specialized C-Grind. Callaway says this combo makes bunker shots, high flop shots, and short pitches and chips easy to hit regardless of your lie with the C Grind increasing heel and toe relief. Undoubtedly one of the best lob wedges out there!

Read our full Callaway JAWS Full Toe wedge review.

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Was £159.00 - Now £99.99 at Scottsdale Golf.

TaylorMade kills two birds with one stone with their Milled Grind 2 wedges. Their engineers know top tour players prefer raw finished wedges, as the lack of plating around groove edges means extra spin. But they’re also well aware club golfers rarely want to pay for rusty wedges.

So, by coming up with the idea to only allow the faces of the MG2s to rust, club golfers get the best of both worlds – plenty of spin from wedges that look great in the bag, too. Each head is beautifully simple but also rammed full of new tech.

Read our full TaylorMade Milled Grind 2 wedge review.

Best Cyber Monday Golf Deals UK: Putters

If it hasn’t been your season on the greens then Black November presents a fantastic opportunity to turn a corner by adding a brand new flat stick to your bag. Check out our star buys below or for more inspiration be sure to check out our dedicated guide to the best Black Friday putter deals.

Was £269.00 - Now £179.00 at Scottsdale Golf.

The Fetch has been a really good putter for a good few years now, just ask Lee Westwood, he’s won plenty of cash out on tour with his. This new model with a sightline that runs all the way to the ball is a decent improvement on what is a pretty compact mallet head.

Read our full Ping 2021 putters review.

Was £269.00 - Now £179.00 at American Golf.

The Agera is an oversized mallet and it’s available in both a standard length and armlock model. The total head weight is 370g, but 320g of that mass (that’s 84%) is positioned below the center of gravity.

A 3D-printed lattice in the center of the head frees up mass to maximize forgiveness. With an MOI of 7600g cm2, the Agera is the most forgiving putter in the family. The Face Balanced set-up is a good choice for straighter putting strokes. 

Read our full Cobra King 3D putters review.

Was £259.99 - Now £199.00 at Scottsdale Golf.

SAVE £60!

Rrp: $259.99

Price: $199.98
Alternative Retailers
PGA TOUR Superstore
$229.98
Odyssey's proven major-winning Versa technology has dominated Tours all over the world. The black and white high contrast alignment system helps golfers with their alignment at address and through your stroke. It highlights the proper face angle and improves concentration, so you make more putts.

The Seven S is a toe-hang mallet putter with our short slant neck, best suited for strokes with face rotation and arc.

Read our full Odyssey White Hot Versa putters review.

Cyber Monday Golf Club Deals: Buying Guide

Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales can be a little tricky to navigate with a plethora of retailers all vying for your business as the holiday season approaches. To help keep you focussed we have suggested a few considerations to bear in mind so you come out the other end with some golfing gems.

Budget

Just because items are plastered with sale banners and claims of huge discounts, it’s worth doing your due diligence and making sure the advertised savings appear genuine. It’s also important to set yourself a budget, just as you would when shopping at any other time of the year. Even with healthy savings, golf clubs are expensive pieces of equipment, so make sure you consider the cost, not just the savings.

Equipment Gaps

It’s easy for the heaviest discounted items to sway you towards a purchase that you don’t desperately need. Once you have established a budget, we suggest taking a look at your current setup and considering where the distance gaps are, or which clubs are on their last legs. For example, if you only carry 12 or 13 clubs, what do you need to bridge any disproportionate gaps between clubs? Or perhaps the grooves on your lob wedge are not looking so sharp anymore. This is a much more pragmatic way of deciding where you should invest as opposed to buying a shiny new discounted driver when you have been hitting the ball well off the tee all season.

Timing

This is perhaps one of the trickiest aspects of the Black Friday sales to get right, as when they’re gone -they’re gone! Discounts across the sales period are constantly fluctuating depending on which items are flying off the shelf and which ones are struggling to shift. In the same way as you might approach buying a flight, we suggest monitoring prices for a short period to give you an indication if they are likely to continue to drop or if they will remain constant until the stock is gone. The very best deals can often be found closer to the day itself, however, you do run the risk of your number one pick being sold out with this approach.

Cyber Monday

The Monday after Thanksgiving (27th) is dubbed ‘Cyber Monday’ and presents a bonus opportunity to bag yourself a bargain if you missed out on Black Friday. Discounts typically continue and may even improve in some areas as retailers aim to keep the sales rolling. If you miss out on Black Friday, perhaps Cyber Monday will deliver for you!

Club Specifics

Comprehensive buying guides for specific clubs e.g. driver, fairway woods, irons, wedges, and putters can be found in our dedicated best equipment guides where you will find the information you need to help you identify the models that will best complement your game.

Cyber Monday Golf Club Deals: FAQs

When do the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales end?

Deals will continue to drop throughout today (Cyber Monday), even though Black Friday has been and gone. This year Black Friday landed on Friday 24 November, but thankfully for us consumers the deals didn’t end then! Amazing offers will continue throughout Cyber Monday before prices return to normal. So, be sure to shop these outstanding deals soon, before it’s too late…

How long do Black Friday and Cyber Monday last?

Officially, Black Friday is one day when retailers slash the price of their products allowing customers to make major savings they otherwise wouldn’t at any other time of the year. However, Black Friday is now much more of a weekend event, culminating on the following Monday – often referred to as Cyber Monday. This year the best deals ran between Friday 24 November and today, Monday 27 November.

When did Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals start?

While Black Friday (November 24) doesn’t officially fall until the day after Thanksgiving, many retailers were advertising deals from the beginning of November and they’ll continue until the end of today.

How much do Black Friday and Cyber Monday discount?

Discounts vary significantly between retailers with some research suggesting the average savings across the sale period to be in the region of 50%. You can expect the most popular items to receive more modest discounts of 20-30%, and less popular items to receive heavier reductions of 70% plus. Items will likely be discounted further as the official day draws closer.

Are Black Friday and Cyber Monday a good time to buy golf clubs?

Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales undoubtedly present one of the best opportunities in the year for golfers to secure bargains on golf clubs from the biggest brands in the game. With new models of clubs being released in the new year, Black Friday sales are used by retailers to turnover surplus stock which is great news for golfers wanting to upgrade their bags with a new club, or 14!

Do golf retailers offer Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals?

Along with major online retailers such as Amazon, the majority of the biggest golf retailers will capitalize on the increased traffic around Black Friday and offer attractive discounts to customers ahead of the holiday season. PGA Tour Superstore, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Scottsdale Golf, and American Golf all offer Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals and are some of the most reputable places to purchase golf clubs.

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About the author

Ross Tugwood is a Golf Equipment Writer for Today's Golfer.

Ross Tugwood
Golf Equipment Writer

Ross Tugwood is a golf equipment writer for todays-golfer.com, specializing in data, analytics, science, and innovation. He’s also an expert in golf apparel and has a keen interest in sustainability.

Ross is passionate about optimizing sports performance and has a decade of experience working with professional athletes and coaches for British Athletics, the UK Sports Institute, and Team GB.

Ross uses a Cobra King SZ Speedzone driver, Titleist TSi2 3-Wood, TaylorMade Sim2 Rescue, Callaway Apex Pro irons (4-PW), Cleveland 588 RTX wedges (52°, 58°), TaylorMade Spider Ex putter, and a TaylorMade Tour Response golf ball.

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