Winter is coming. Make no mistake there are frigid temps and mountains of snow still in store for us this winter. But, that doesn’t mean you have to abandon your golf game.
A golf man cave is the perfect indoor getaway for the avid golfer. So, what is a golf man cave? In general, it’s part clubhouse and part driving range. You also have the opportunity to add your personal touches to make the room your own.
The Clubhouse is the place where you start and end every round. You celebrate your victories and forget your defeats. It’s a familiar place where you can kick back, have a drink, and watch some golf – hey, it sounds like a man cave already! So what are we waiting for, let’s bring that feeling straight home!
The good news is that the clubhouse is the easiest golf element to bring into your man cave. You will focus on entertainment, food, drink, and relaxing. Think wooden bar with bar stools, beer on tap, and some recliner chairs, and don’t forget to set up the TV to stream the golf channel.
Don’t forget the decorative stuff in the clubhouse, things like clocks, lamps, signs, wall art, etc. can all be found to match your golf theme. Make sure to keep an eye out for our Golf Addict Christmas Gift Guide coming up later this week.
The Range lets us bring the swinging, chipping, and putting into the comforts of our man caves, and boy are we grateful for that!
Indoor friendly hitting options range from the simple and relatively inexpensive. Add these to your golf man cave and not only will you have a cool place to hang, but it might even help you drop a few strokes. Who can argue with that?
Building a golf man cave may not be the most economical or space saving option, but if you have the means, the right size cave, and the passion for golf, it doesn’t get much better.