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Best golf speakers

Best golf speakers

Strut your stuff on the course with our pick of the best golf speakers
 

Are you wanting to take golf bag customisation to the next level? Golf speakers might just be the answer.

Sure, lots of fancy tees, personalised golf balls and an umbrella holder are nice things to have, but there’s a whole world of fun just waiting to sit in your bag.

Enter: golf speakers.

More and more of golf’s biggest brands are beginning to produce this quirky type of gear that is already proving lucrative amongst club golfers.

Do you own a smaller bag? Or maybe you’re wanting a water resistant speaker in case your bag isn’t waterproof? Whatever your requirements may be, you’ll find our comprehensive recommendations for the best golf speakers to keep your ears entertained and mind focussed on the pin below.

We’ll cover the best portable speakers for golf, the best golf bluetooth speakers, the best golf cart speakers and the overall best speakers for golf.

Best Golf Speakers


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Bushnell Wingman GPS Speaker

£115

Renown for their high quality GPS and distance measuring devices, Bushnell have gone all-out with their ‘first of a kind’ Bluetooth speaker. It’s got powerful sound and comes equipped with Bushnell’s Bite technology, which allows the device to be magnetically secured to any appropriate surface, perfect for the pillars of a golf buggy.

Pros:

  • Built in GPS that calls out yardages to the green as you play
  • Superb battery life
  • Great sound quality

Cons:

  • GPS only offers front, middle and back yardages

Puma PopTop Mini Bluetooth Speaker

£26

The PopTop Mini won’t make you a better golfer, but it will make golf more fun! Pair the right music with a great foursome for some true Game Enjoyment.

Pros:

  • 66ft Bluetooth range
  • Super simple controls
  • Nice design

Cons:

  • Compact size means sound quality suffers

Blue Tees The Player Magnetic Speaker

£99.99

The Next Generation Premium golf speaker designed for the everyday golfer. Delivering a deep rich audio experience, along with premium features engineered to elevate your round.

Pros:

  • Ultra-portable
  • Surprisingly small yet surprisingly big sound on the golf course
  • Waterproof

Cons:

  • Sound is only directional

Ultimate Ears Boom 3 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

£129.99

If budget doesn’t really matter to you and you’re wanting to become an on-course DJ, the Ultimate Ears BOOM 3 Bluetooth Speakers will be your next best friend. Small, lightweight and oozing with technology, it comes with an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance, meaning it’s certified to be fully dust-tight and submersible in up to a meter of water for 30 minutes, so it can withstand some light rain while outdoors.

Pros:

  • Gorgeous bass sound
  • 360 degree loud and immersive audio
  • Fully waterproof

Cons:

  • Expensive

JBL Clip 3 Waterproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker

£130

With golf speakers, portability should be at the top of your list of demands. The JBL CLIP 3 Waterproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker ticks all the boxes when it comes to that. It’s lightweight, sleek and the carabiner clip is super-easy to attach to your bag. You can control the speaker itself using its convenient app on your phone, so there’s no need to fiddle around with it when you want to put a new playlist on.

Pros:

  • Ultra-portable
  • Surprisingly small yet surprisingly big sound on the golf course
  • Waterproof

Cons:

  • Sound is only directional

Comiso True Wireless Stereo Waterproof IPX4 Speaker

£115

If you’re not sure how much you’re going to use your new speakers, the COSIMO IPX4 Bluetooth Stereo Speakers are a fantastic choice. Not only are they affordable, but they’re fully waterproof with great sound quality. You can purchase them in a variety of colours and they’ll give you around 20 hours of sound, so they’re ideal for taking on a round of golf.

Pros:

  • Crystal Clear Sound
  • Can go really loud whilst maintaining a nice bass
  • Wireless stereo function

Cons:

  • Not the best battery life

JBL Flip 6 Portable Bluetooth Speaker

£129.99

Begging for more bass? Consider the JBL Flip 6 Portable Bluetooth Speaker. It’s not the biggest of speakers, but produces rich, deep bass even on its default setting. Unlike its predecessor, the JBL Flip 5, you can customize its sound to your liking using the graphic EQ featured in its companion app. It’s also very well-built with an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance, so you can take it outdoors without worrying about it getting a bit dirty or wet.

Pros:

  • Loud, powerful sound
  • Good battery life
  • Stunning design

Cons:

  • Pricey

£120

For such a small speaker, the sound quality of the Bose Bose SoundLink Micro is unmatched. It has a balanced mid-range, so vocals and lead instruments are clearly and accurately reproduced in the mix, and has outstanding directivity, meaning you can hear your audio clearly from most angles. It also comes with a built-in carrying strap you can use to strap it to your bag or cart.

Pros:

  • Balanced mid-range
  • Speaker offers small yet powerful sound for playing music on the golf course
  • Waterproof

Cons:

  • Design is a bit plain

Anker Soundcore Mini Bluetooth Speaker

£23.99

Bring good vibes to your day with the Anker SoundCore Mini 2 wireless speaker, in mono or stereo modes. This unit supports True Wireless Stereo tech, allowing you to pair two speakers in stereo. That way, you can enjoy a fuller and louder sound without having to deal with additional cables. Furthermore, the integrated 1850mAh battery is good for up to an unbelievable 15 hours of music playback.

Pros:

  • 66ft Bluetooth range
  • Super simple controls
  • Nice design

Cons:

  • Compact size means sound quality suffers

Ben Outhwaite

Ben is National Club Golfer's Marketing Editor and the latest addition to our golf equipment review team.

He specialises in testing golf bags, beginner golf club sets, apparel and golf accessories. He also collates our buying guides so you know which are the latest and greatest bits of golf equipment on the market.

Ben picked up his first golf club when he was five years old – which was in fact a left-handed set of clubs!

He is a member at Rudding Park Golf Club and has a handicap of fifteen.

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