Father’s Day is June 19. And while that might seem like a long time, if you’ve got a picky dad, you’re going to need all the time you can get to shop. To help, we’ve rounded up 25 gifts for any type of dad. From avid golfers to would-be bartenders, we have a little something for everyone.
The “Golfs at 2 p.m. Everyday” Dad
Sure, many golf courses have dress codes, but that doesn’t mean Dad can’t still have fun with his outfit.
$98, Mizzen + Main
Dad will be the preppiest guy on the course in these stretchy seersucker shorts. Plus, thanks to the elastic waistband, he won’t need to bother with a belt.
$195, Sid Mashburn
Thanks to this travel bag, Dad can golf anywhere he goes, even Disney World.
$369, Dallas Golf
Manifest an eagle with this Arnold Palmer driver head cover.
$37, Golf Galaxy
Flubbing a ball is rough. This portable launch monitor will help Dad understand what actually happened.
$499.99, Dallas Golf
In these four-way stretch chino pants, it won’t matter how bad Dad’s swing actually is.
$188, J. Hilburn
The “Home Bar Aficionado” Dad
This is Texas—every bar cart needs tequila.
$165, Casa Dragones
A good bartender can make any drink. Mix an old fashioned, Moscow mule, or spicy margarita with this cocktail syrup set.
$35, All Good Things
This hand-cut glass decanter set is perfect for the dad who likes everything “just so” in his bar.
$288, Stag Provisions for Men
This George Jensen aerating funnel is as smooth as your wine will be. Find it at The Conservatory in Highland Park Village.
$49, The Conservatory
Bring life to the party with this starter set from Ettiene Market, which has a vial of granulated honey, specialty mixers, and more.
$75, Ettiene Market
These toothpicks, which are soaked in 14-year-old Islay whiskey, are a must for any after-dinner drinks situation.
$9, Stag Provisions for Men
The “Fun in the Sun” Dad
Manifest your next beach trip with this lobster shirt from Mizzen + Main.
$118, Mizzen + Main
If Dad can’t stop talking about the new Jurassic Park movie, get him these recycled polyester swim trunks.
Ironing is definitely the opposite of summer fun. Gift Dad these non-iron twill shorts from J. Hilburn.
$158, J. Hilburn
Dad needs a comfy pair of flip flops when wrangling little ones at the pool this summer.
$55, Hari Mari
Whether Dad’s flipping burgers on the grill or hanging out by the lake, this shark-themed straw hat will complete his look—and protect his nose from the sun.
$36, Southern Tide
The “Traveling Businessman” Dad
Getting Dad a tie for Father’s Day is a classic move, but how’s he going to keep that tie from wrinkling while on the road? Instead, gift this tie case from Leatherology.
This kit has all the skincare essentials he’ll need, from a facial cleanser to an SPF moisturizer. And everything is TSA travel sized.
$52, Stanley Korshak
Who wants to worry about keeping up with a wallet and a cellphone? This attractive phone case keeps it all together in your pocket.
$80, Neiman Marcus
Each pair of these merino wool socks is color coded at the toe seam—so Dad will always know which matches with which.
$125, Sid Mashburn
Let’s be honest: hotel rooms are small. Fill it with nicer smelling things, like this Number Two travel candle.
$18, Velvet By Graham and Spencer
Nothing makes you feel more like “I have my life together” than a matching pajama set. Bonus: Dad won’t overheat in this shorts set.
$225, Stanley Korshak
You can’t always starch your collar while on the road. Keep Dad looking his best with these personalized antique-brass collar stays.
$25, J. Hilburn
Catherine Wendlandt is the online associate editor for D Magazine’s Living and Home and Garden blogs, where she covers all…