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Father's Day Gift Ideas for the Sports Lover

 

Many dads and their kids bond over sports. Whether it's shooting hoops in the driveway, watching a game on Sunday afternoon, or dad coaching from the sidelines, sports is the thing that ties you together. That's why the Groupon Coupons team scouted these sports-related gift ideas that any athletically inclined dad would be happy to score on Father's Day. 

Dad’s Playbook: Wisdom for Fathers from the Greatest Coaches of All Time
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Dad’s Playbook: Wisdom for Fathers from the Greatest Coaches of All Time

Is there anyone your dad respects more than lengendary coaches like John Wooden or Vince Lombardi? This book highlights the things that great coaches and great dads have in common: love, leadership, motivation, and discipline.

TourTrek 3-Wheel Golf Push Cart
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TourTrek 3-Wheel Golf Push Cart

Golf courses are one of the few sports dad can partake in right now—with some restrictions. Namely, most courses are not allowing cart rentals. So unless your dad has his own caddy, he'll have to carry his clubs himself or he can think of you every time he pushes his bag on this three-wheeled cart. With a gift like this, you've got favorite child status all locked up.

Oakley Mercenary Sunglasses
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Oakley Mercenary Sunglasses

These Oakley sunglasses make the greens even greener on the golf course with Prizm lens technology. The sport-performance frames also have a sturdy, double-bridge architecture and rounded lens for an unparalleled fit.

Savings tip: get up to 50% off sunglasses and free shipping from Oakley (ends 6/30).

Baseball Stadium Rocks Glasses
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Baseball Stadium Rocks Glasses

There's just something about baseball that sports fans love. It's not flashy and it's not fast-paced, but there's a reason it's called America's game. Toast to your dad and his favorite team with this pair of whiskey glasses—and hope for a shortened 2020 season.

Fitbit Charge 4
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Fitbit Charge 4

Fitbit's newest activity tracker encourages sporty dads to get off the sidelines and into the game for themselves. Besides tracking steps, heart rate, calorie burn, and speed, it understands the athletics involved in different activities and accounts for that as well.

New York Times Custom Football Book
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New York Times Custom Football Book

If football is a Sunday tradition in your family, a book comemmorating your dad's favorite team is guaranteed to win you the favorite child trophy. These books come complete in team colors, and showcase the franchise's major highlights and best players throughout the years.

Check out more Father's Day gift ideas from Uncommon Goods.

Bose Audio Sunglasses
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Bose Audio Sunglasses

Whether your dad is an athlete or a fan, these sunglasses are the gift he didn't know he needed. With high-quality speakers built right into the frames, he can listen to music on runs or hikes without headphones, or he can stay up to date on the scores no matter where is he or what he's doing.

Groupon savings tip: get free 2-day shipping when you spend $50 or more

P790 Irons — Golf Digest Hot List Perfect Score Winner
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P790 Irons — Golf Digest Hot List Perfect Score Winner

Golf-loving dads will love this set of eight irons (4–PW, AW) from TaylorMade. Winner of Golf Digest's Hot List Perfect Score, these clubs are specially engineered to have a low center of gravity that increases face speed and launch angle and can help improve accuracy.

Spikeball
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Spikeball

This backyard game is part volleyball, part racquetball, and 100% guaranteed to get your dad's competitive spirit going. The game is designed to be portable—the ring comes apart so you can tote it to the beach, the park, or even on vacation. It gives you all an excuse to brush up on your friendly family trash talk, too.

Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors
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Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors

Shooting a great round of golf is bound to make any dad's day. Help yours up his golf game with a caddy of his very own. Arccos's AI-powered one won't carry your dad's clubs on the course, but the small sensors and app will read the course, help him develop hole strategy, and choose the right club.