Month: November 2015

Original gifts for fans of golf

We’ve explored some of the most impressive golf courses around the world, and many of these would be more than suitable gifts if you’re thinking of taking a golf fan on the trip of a lifetime. However, there is one obvious problem with most of these options – it’s a lot of money to invest. For a more manageable gift, something scaled back but just as thoughtful can be almost as gratifying without taking a huge toll on your wallet.

Professional Prints

One of the best options you can choose for a low budget gift is to look at professional golf photo prints. You can order high quality pictures and prints of some of the most legendary golf courses on Earth, plus iconic moments featuring the biggest golfers, including Jordan Spieth, Henrik Stenson, Seve Ballesteros, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and many more. Anything is possible from special framed sets of photos to one-off prints – this all depends on how you imagine the person wants to display your present. Consider the different frames and mounts available, as well as canvases, as any of these could be the best option in your case. If you’re feeling creative you can opt for basic prints so you can use your own frames and make the gift even more personal.…

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5 essential items for your golf bag

If you’ve followed our blog you’ll know exactly what kinds of golfing equipment you’ll need to play the best game of your life, and exactly where you might want to go for this. However, that’s definitely not the end of your preparations if you’re really a serious golfer. We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 essential items you should really have in your bag, but you might not already!

5) Mobile phone

This is probably not an issue for most people in many situations, but often since phones can be distracting, golfers tend to make a point of leaving them behind when playing. Of course, in an emergency this could prove regrettable and you never known when injuries are going to occur with an sport. Plus, while accidents are unavoidable, arguments aren’t, and having your phone with you to quickly check online and clarify a rule could save your game.

4) Medical kit

This is a good idea in most situations, but for golfing it’s less a case of saving someone’s life and more to do with solving any minor problems that might irritate you and affect your game, like sunscreen, sting relief pads, pain relief tablets, plasters and so on. Depending on where you’re playing, it never hurts to have some sunscreen with you too.…

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