Gift Wrap Hacks: Two Ways to Wrap a Golf Driver

Wrapping oddly shaped gifts like a golf driver is anything but a gimme. Learn two unique golf gift ideas with this Pro Tips guide.

A new driver can be a dream for a golfer, but a nightmare for the person trying to wrap it. Wrapping oddly shaped gifts is a handicap for many, but you can ace your gifting skills with these Pro Tips on how to wrap a golf club.

DISGUISED DRIVER

With this wrapping technique, the golfer in your life may need a mulligan when trying to guess what’s inside. By placing a golf driver in a large cardboard cylinder, you can make wrapping easy while also concealing the club.

SUPPLIES
  • Large cardboard cylinder
  • Round foam toppers
  • Scissors
  • Craft paper (multiple colors)
  • Tissue paper
  • Ribbon
  • Twine
  • Double-sided tape
  • Tape

HOW TO
  1. Put the driver and tissue paper inside a large cardboard cylinder. These can often be found at home improvement stores.
  2. Close the ends of the cylinder with foam toppers.
  3. Place the cylinder on a sheet of craft paper. The paper should be about three times the width of the cylinder.
  4. Line the edge of the craft paper with double-sided tape.
  5. Roll the tube in the craft paper and tape down the open side.
  6. Cut the excess paper at the ends of the cylinder into strips about an inch or two wide. Fold the strips and tape them down.
  7. Using a different colored craft paper, ribbon and twine, add embellishments to taste.

PUT A BOW ON IT

For this method to wrap a golf driver, you can use recycled wrapping paper tubes. These simple-to-follow steps will surely bring your wrapping skills up to par.

SUPPLIES
  • Wrapping paper tubes (2)
  • Craft paper
  • Tissue paper
  • Scissors
  • Double-sided tape
  • Tape
  • Ribbon

HOW TO
  1. Connect two wrapping paper tubes using tape. Be sure that they’re long enough to fit the entire shaft of the driver.
  2. Lay the tubes on a sheet of craft paper about three times their width.
  3. Place double-sided tape on one side of the connected tubes and roll them in the craft paper.
  4. Tape down the open paper.
  5. Cut the paper at the ends of the tubes into strips. Fold the strips and push them down into the tubes.
  6. Wrap tissue paper around the head of the club, twisting it around the shaft as needed.
  7. Slide the covered wrapping paper tubes over the shaft.
  8. For a finishing touch, tie a ribbon into a bow around the point where the tissue paper and tubes meet.

Once you’ve found the sweet spot for wrapping a golf driver, you can take a swing at these other guides on how to wrap oddly shaped gifts, such as a baseball or softball glove, yoga mat and bike helmet.