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Golf shoes: why and when you need to replace your old ones

Golf shoes need to be replaced on a regular basis to ensure proper performance and wearer health. The general consensus is that athletic shoes need to be replaced every 200-500 miles. If you don’t equate golf shoes with athletic shoes, consider that a golfer can easily walk hundreds of miles per year, not to mention the twisting and stress on the shoe from swinging, uneven terrain, and weather extremes. Having fancy clubs and expensive training will be wasted if you can’t get a grip, stay balanced, and transfer your energy to the ball. Plus, if you’re going to be on your feet for hours and want to stay focused, the last thing you need is aching feet or shoe problems. Do your feet – and your golf game – a favor and replace your worn out golf shoes with a new pair. Keep reading for detailed information and shoe comparison. Read the rest of this entry »

Use a travel bag when traveling with golf clubs to secure and protect your gear

Traveling with golf clubs is often necessary but rarely enjoyed. Clubs are precision instruments that must be protected, so if you’re planning a trip don’t forget to include a travel golf bag or travel golf case. Whether you’re driving to a neighboring golf course or flying to a distant country, having the right travel bag to protect and securely carry your golf clubs and gear is a priority. Without a travel bag, your clubs are likely to be damaged, lost, stolen, or otherwise put in harms way. And let’s not forget about your balls, tees, hats, shoes, and other necessities — all of which can be stored in a travel bag. Proper planning, and the right travel bag, will mean more space in your carry on, less worry, and having your gear arrive in great condition. Keep reading for detailed information about golf travel bags! Read the rest of this entry »

Winter Golf Buyers Guide: Choosing the Right Clothes for Cold Weather

Falling leaves and shorter days can mean the end of golfing – but it doesn’t have to. In fact, golfing during the off-season is typically cheaper and less crowded; you can also spend more time working on a shot or tweaking your swing without slowing the pace of play. The biggest challenge of winter golf is figuring out what to wear. No, not deciding between striped or argyle polos, but making sure your clothing is capable of keeping you comfortable in winter conditions. With a little effort now you can put together a clothing system that allows you to golf as the temperature drops, when the wind picks up, or even as precipitation dampens the course. So I’ve created a guide to make sure you’ve got the right clothing from head to toe: gloves, hat, sunglasses, base layer, outer layer, pants, socks, and shoes. Read the rest of this entry »
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