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Golf Equipment > Golf Clubs > Golf Gear Essentials & How do I improve my Golf Game?
 
Golf Gear Essentials & How do I improve my Golf Game? (29 Jun 2007)
If your one of those golfers that looks on and watch friends constantly better your score and know deep down your a better golfer? Then its about time you start looking at your golf tools. There's a reason why so many golfers pay extra to fit out with their golf clubs. A set of clubs that have been fine tuned to your height, weight and golf swing will get you closer to a win. We all act like a win is no biggy, but when you get a win! Now that's worth talking about for a week.

Robert R. Taylor from Golf Wiz has some great advice on Golf Clubs and Gear to help you win a game or two.

Playing golf without the right golf equipment is like swimming without water, it just does not make sense.

However, as we all know purchasing golf equipment is not a cheap venture. You have to weed your way through all of the gadgets and gimmicks that people are selling with the promise of improving your golf game.

If you are the type who enjoy simply playing the game of golf on your free weekends, you need nothing more than the bare golf equipment essentials. All you really need are golf balls, golf clubs, and of course a golf bag to tow your clubs.

If you take a look at the golf equipment rules as defined by the United States Golf Association your golf bag should have fourteen or less clubs.

You really need to focus on your putter, wedges, irons, woods, and driver. You can feel free to mix up your clubs provided you keep the golf bag carrying only the maximum of fourteen clubs. Of course, in getting yourself the proper set up, you should expect to pay up to $1,000 for a complete golf club set.

You simply cannot do without a golf bag. Think about having to tow around your golf balls and your clubs on the golf course, you simply would not make it. Golf bags are made from a variety of materials such as nylon or leather. When choosing a bag consider how you get around while playing your game. Do you ride in a golf cart or do you walk the course?

If you are someone who rides a golf cart, you will likely want to have a large enough golf bag to contain not only your clubs, but towels, balls, tees, and other accessories.

Now if you are the type that walks the course, you will definitely want to invest in a lighter golf bag that comes with a shoulder strap for a more comfortable journey. When talking about essential golf equipment, you cannot forget your golf balls. Generally, you can purchase balls in sleeves or boxes of three. You can even find packages that contain 15 to 18 balls.

You have your choice in types of golf balls as well, two-piece and balata. A two-piece golf ball has a surlyn cover, a core that is hard and very large. However, these are generally more popular because the surlyn cover protects the ball from cuts and nicks. The outer layer of a balata ball is softer but has the same hard core inside.

There are many golf accessories you could consider when shopping for golf equipment such as golf shoes, golf glove, an umbrella, a club brush, ball markers, and golf tees. The decision is yours in regards to which type of golf clubs, golf balls, golf bags, and accessories you get.

You have to decide based on your budget, what type of golf equipment you need, as well as how it helps your golf game.

Get a free golf report, golf equipment essentials and free weekly tips that explains a step-by-step procedure for improving your golf game.

If you're interested in additional means to improve you game, please download the free golf report from: www.golf-wiz.com
   

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