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Golf Equipment

The golf equipment that you will need to play the game will greatly be determined by your goals of playing the game. Simply meaning this...If you are just out to get some exercise and do some socializing then the golf equipment may be different for you as opposed to if your goal is to be your club champion. There is NOTHING wrong with wanting some exercise and spend some time socializing! Here are some basics to get you started:

Golf Bag – Golf bags have many different golf bag types and are considered a piece of golf equipment that you cannot play without since you will be using it to carry all of your golf clubs, golf balls and other necessities for your round of golf. Many golfers personalize them with color, getting their name embroidered on them or using a company or school logo.

Golf Glove – Although wearing a golf glove is a personal preference, it is almost mandatory in some parts of the country due to the humidity or dampness. Without wearing a glove in the Texas summer for example, it will literally be difficult to hold onto your golf club. Today’s gloves usually come with a ball maker that allows you to personalize the glove with color or your favorite school’s logo.

Golf Shoes – In order to play good golf, you will need a comfortable pair of golf shoes. Golf Shoes are sometimes overlooked but are very important for your stability during your swing as well as giving you comfort for the time that you will be on your feet. If you are not stabile during your swing it will be difficult to make a repeating swing. It goes without saying how an uncomfortable pair of shoes makes your feet feel. In addition, they can add flair and/or style to your golf attire.

Golf Training Aids – As we all want to improve, trying to find the correct golf instruction training aid for ourselves can be overwhelming. You watch the advertisements on television or see the ads in the magazines that claim to cut you handicap in half or add 10, 20 or more yards and wonder is that even possible? Remember the adage, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Golf Aids can be for various parts of the game including the full swing, putting chipping and pitching.

Golf Travel Bags – As you are looking to purchase a golf travel bag you will want to debate which of the following features are important to you and which features that you will need as opposed to features that you want. It is imperative that your clubs be properly protected in order to withstand possible turbulence and worse, mishandling. While creating these durable pieces of equipment, manufacturers keep key features in mind and are listed below:

Golf Cart – Walking golf push cart have come a long way in just the last ten years. Ten years ago, nobody was pushing their cart in front of them but dragging it behind them with a pull cart. With newer materials and technology, manufactures have made the push golf cart more ergonomic for your body

Yardage Finder – Decide what price range that you are willing to spend on a range finder or yardage finder before you begin your research. Like many other golf items, you can spend as much as you would like to spend on a yardage finder or you can do your homework and purchase a unit that fits your needs specifically.

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