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Golf equipment: Don’t forget your golf bag

March 05, 2008 By: Beginner Golf Tips Category: Golf Equipment No Comments →

What are you still waiting for, go immediately to casino freespins ohne einzahlung 2021 now is the time to start playing and winning! You might be a golf beginner looking for your first set of golf clubs and equipment or a pro shopping for upgrades, but all will agree that golf bags are essential in the game. Next to golf clubs, a golf bag is one of the most important golfing equipment there is.

It is considered a necessity. A good golf bag will lessen your worries on the golf course, (i.e. all your clubs are in their proper place) and you can focus on your teeing.

If you’re a beginner golfer, then golf bags are definitely a must. However, there are things that you should know before going to the nearest golf store and buying a golf bag on impulse. First, there are two types of golf bags? carry bags and cart bags.


How to learn to play golf: Are you playing the right golf balls?

February 23, 2008 By: Beginner Golf Tips Category: Golf Equipment No Comments →

Many people buy their golf balls based on economics.  If your game is not up to par and you think those water holes are looking a little ominous, you are more likely to buy a box of cheaper balls knowing that the pain won’t be as great if a few of them get lost in the ‘drink.’

If you are looking for peak performance, then your choice of golf ball is crucial.  Golf ball selection can be as important to the success of your game as the clubs you will be carrying around the course.

Your golf balls need to be matched to your swing and your style of play.  If your style and golf balls are mismatched then you cannot hope to get the best results.


Clones vs. Brand name golf clubs: part I

February 16, 2008 By: Beginner Golf Tips Category: Clone golf clubs, Golf Equipment No Comments →

One post won’t do this topic justice, but I wanted to start sharing some of my thoughts on the subject of clone golf clubs vs. name brand golf clubs. Let’s start by letting the cat out of the bag; I think that clone golf clubs warrent a very close look by anyone in the market for new clubs.

Several years ago, I caught the golf bug after not having played since my youth. I had some hand-me-down golf clubs from my father – a set of wilson irons, complete with persimmon drivers. They served me well early on but they quickly started to fall apart due to age. So, what to do? One thing I knew was that I couldn’t afford to spend $500-$1,000 on a new set of brand name clubs. So, maybe used golf clubs.