Golfer's Survival Kit Gift

Small Novelty gift

Golfer's Survival Kit Gift  - Small Novelty gift

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  • Small novelty gift for a golfer.
  • Laminated label highlights the significance of each item included
  • Presented in a gorgeous green organza bag (approx 13cm by 18cm)
  • Great keepsake and guaranteed to make the recipient smile.
  • Bag contains one of each item listed on label

Surprise your friend, colleague or loved one with a unique novelty gift to give them a giggle. A perfect keepsake! All items are placed in a gorgeous organza bag and finished with a laminated label highlighting the significance of each item. Items may differ slightly from those shown in the picture.

The label reads as follows

Rubber Band: To help you stay flexible when you swing. Ace: Here's hoping you get a hole-in-one! Coffee: So you are wide awake and alert Cotton Ball: To help soften the roughs Pencil: To help you keep track of the real score Plaster: To cover your blisters Sweets: To keep your energy up Peg: To hold your nerves together during tricky shots. Confetti: To celebrate your wins Cola bottle: Have a drink to console yourself when you lose Penny: To bring you good luck Toothpick: To 'pick' out the best club. Love hearts: Because you love playing golf Umbrella: In case of bad weather


Hand made by Smile Gifts UK

Price: £6.95

Status: New and Instock.


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