How to make Father’s Day Golf Cookies

For these cookies I used my exclusive sugar cookie recipe and royal icing recipe.   The cookie recipe yielded about 12-15 regular size 3 – 3.5 inch cookies.  I like a thicker cookies so I roll out my cookies to 3/8″ using my Cookie Countess Precision Rolling Pin. The thickness of your cookie will change the cookie yield. 

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I show you how to decorate these Golf Father’s Day Set but also share the best way to package them.  

Check out the video tutorial for tips on how to make and package these cookies!  

CUTTERS: GOLF FATHER’S DAY SET- The Sweet Design Shoppe

COLORS YOU WILL NEED:
White – outline and flood icing
Lt Blue- outline and flood icing
Blue – outline and flood icing
Electric Green- outline and flood icing
Mint Green – outline and flood icing
Egg Yellow- outline and flood icing
Gray – outline and flood icing

Optional – Airbrush machine – Cookie Countess
Diamond- Cookie Countess
Beachy blue airbrush color – Cookie Countess

Prepping Royal Icing
Golf Father’s Day Guide
This cookie set include 7 icing colors using white, light blue, blue, electric green, mint green, egg yellow and gray.   I made all the colors with Americolor food gels.
 
Helpful Decorating Tips and Tricks
Cookie Timeline
I like to break up the decorating process over a few days. It works better for my stage of life to do a little each day. Here is a sample timeline to show how long each step takes. 
DAY 1
Make and bake my cookies. I do not chill my dough so usually, this takes about 1 hour from start to finish. Mix royal icing, color, and prep all the icing bags. I like to color the day before because the colors will deepen over time. 
DAY 2
Outline and Flood Cookies. Make sure to allow them to dry in front of a fan for 1-2 hours before adding details. Add final details like airbrushing, piping and stenciling. 
Day 3
Always take pictures of your beautiful cookies. Make sure to allow 10-14 hours of drying time before packaging your cookies. I like to store mine on a baking pan with a lid overnight. 

GOLF BALL ON “T”

OUTLINE AND FLOODING

Step 1:  Outline the ball in white outline icing.  Outline the green grass in green piping icing.  

Step 2:  Fill the ball outline with white flood icing. Using gray flood icing add polka dots in a pattern on the ball.  Immediately add a dot with white flood icing just off center of the gray dot.  I like the center of the white dot to be the edge of the gray dot.  

Step 3:  Fill in the grass with green flood icing.  

Stop and allow your cookie to dry in front of a fan for 1-2 hours before moving to the next section.   

Step 4:  Outline the golf “T” in blue piping icing.  Fill in the outlined sectio

DETAILS

Step 5: Using green piping icing add details to the grass.  

GOLF CLUB COOKIE

OUTLINE AND FLOODING

Step 1:  Outline the outer golf clubs in gray piping icing and the middle of the golf bag with blue piping icing.  

Step 2:  Fill in the outlined golf clubs with gray flood icing.  Fill in the middle of the bag with blue flood icing.  

Stop and allow your cookie to dry in front of a fan for 1-2 hours before moving to the next section.   

DETAILS

Step 3: Outline the middle golf club in gray and add detail to the far right golf club.

Step 4: Outline the rest of the bag including the top, bottom, side, handle and pocket in light blue piping icing. Fill in the outlined sections with lt. Blue flood icing.

Step 5: Lastly, outline the bag in light blue piping icing and the pocket with blue piping icing.  

TROPHY COOKIE

OUTLINE AND FLOODING

Step 1: Outline the cookie in yellow piping icing.

Step 2: Fill the cup and the middle section with yellow flood icing.

Stop and allow your cookie to dry in front of a fan for 1-2 hours before moving to the next section.

DETAILS!

Step 3: Fill the rest of the sections in yellow flood icing.

Step 4: Using blue piping letter BEST and EVER on the cup of the trophy. Finally, add dad in green piping icing to complete the cookie.

GOLF SHIRT COOKIE

OUTLINE AND FLOODING

Step 1: Outline the shirt with white piping icing.

Step 2: Fill the outlined section with white flood icing except for the sleeves.

Stop and allow the cookie to dry for 15-20 minutes before filling in the sleeves with white flood icing.  

Stop and allow your cookie to dry in front of a fan for 1-2 hours before moving to the next section.   

DETAILS!

Step 4: Using the diamond airbrush stencil and beachy blue AB color gently apply airbrush over the cookie. Gently take the stencil off.

Step 3: Allow to dry for 15-20 minutes then add dashes in argyle pattern on the shirt. I found it helpful to use a straight edge like the cookie countess scraper to etch the line for the dashes.

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