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Why You Should Consider Using Lake Golf Balls

If you are a beginner or even an experienced golfer who likes the idea of saving some money, you should consider buying lake balls the next time you need to stock your golf bag. Lake balls can be just as high quality as new balls at a fraction of the price.

How you can reduce your putting errors

One of the more common sayings in all of golf is "Drive for show, putt for dough." It is possible to have a great driving round and still wind up well over par because of the importance of putting. Par is set up to allow for two strokes on the green. If a course has the normal number of four par-3 holes, a golfer will hit his or her driver a maximum of 14 times in a round.

Guide to Effective Golf Course Management

Smart golfers carefully think through every shot before they ever step up to hit it. They think through all the factors that will go into the shot, and then they will create a sure plan. In this manner they will be able to hit every shot with confidence, increasing their chances of success.

Tips for Buying Golf Shoes

When you step on the course to play a round of golf, there certain pieces of equipment you would never consider leaving behind. Golf clubs, obviously, are crucial to any golfers game. Golf balls and tees are key components as well. There is one piece of equipment, however, that often gets disregarded. A good pair of golf shoes is often that missing piece.

Spalding Junior Golf Sets Review

If you are looking for a good quality and reasonably priced junior golf clubs the Spalding Junior Golf Sets are highly recommended.

A guide to adjustable drivers

Most equipment manufactures have added some degree of adjustability to their drivers for 2013. The new Cobra Amp Cell, Cleveland Classic XL, Ping G25, Nike VR S Covert, Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme and Titleist's 913 drivers all feature adjust ability as well as the market innovator in the area of adjust ability Taylormade with their new R1.

The difference between steel and graphite shafts

Golf clubs come in two types of shafts, steel and graphite. The type of shaft you opt depends on your swing profile. Graphite shafts are slightly more expensive than steel shafts. The price difference is not as significant as it was in the past. For example a complete graphite set may set you back an extra €30 to €40.

Great Golf Gift Ideas

If you are a little bewildered by the vast range of golfing equipment on offer, I have put together a list of five gift ideas that any golfer would appreciate. I have selected a range of gifts to suit different sized budgets.

Accessories to help keep your clubs clean

If you have invested in a good set of clubs and are playing with a quality golf ball, like a Pro V1 or a Z Star it is important to keep your clubs free from and dirt or debris during your round.

A simple warm up exercise to try

For more times than I can remember I have walked straight onto the first tee without doing any warm up with some pretty disastrous results.