Guide To Buying Used Golf Clubs For Beginner Golfer

By Andrew Webb

If you are just starting out to play golf, you should never buy a new golf club set immediately as you may discover that this game is not for you later on. Furthermore, you are yet to find the type of golf clubs that fits you during the learning stage. The good choice is to start with cheap used golf clubs. And here are some guidelines to help you to hunt down your first used golf club set:


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Three Public Golf Challenges In Berkeley and San Francisco

Author: Bruce MacBruce

Challenging and beautiful golf courses are open to everyone in Northern California. Here are three you can play next week, including Harding Park home of the 2005 World Golf Championships and Berkeley’s Tilden Park with its notorious 420-yard par 4 straight uphill to an elevated green, first hole.

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Golf Courses Around The World - Top Travel Spots for Golfers

Golf Courses Around The World - Top Travel Spots for Golfers
By Katya Coen

While golf is not played everywhere (yet), there are many wonderful golf courses around the world to visit – many offering truly unique golfing experiences for the adventurous golfer as well as some breathtaking views for travelers.  From America to Japan, there are thousands of great courses to please golf enthusiasts, but where better to start than the birthplace of golf – Scotland.

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Golf School Vacations

How About a Golf School Vacation?
By Andre Sanchez

Have you ever considered a golf school vacation as a way of combining your vacation with a means of improving your game?  Has your game been letting you down lately, or have you finished the season on a bit of a low, feeling a bit down with your rising scores and reducing length?  How about a winter vacation down south while your own club is closed for the winter?


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Golf Travel In Italy

By Kevin Stith

Italy, owing to its great landscapes, has several golf courses all over the country. While traveling within Italy, one can play golf in the mountains, by the sea, in and around historical cities and in many of the tourist resorts.


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Power Walking - How To Improve Your Golf Game With One Simple Exercise

by: Richard Syner

Do you have a spring in your step while playing a round of golf or do you feel completely exhausted by the 15th hole? Sometimes you may feel out of breath just walking to your next shot.

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Classic Golf In Scotland

by: Morgan Clarke

For people who take golf holidays, golf breaks in Scotland represent the quintessential golfing retreat. There are three main reasons for this. Firstly, Scotland has all the best courses – including the world-class Turnberry, St Andrews and Gleneagles, all offering the most fantastic golf holidays available.

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5 Tips For Hiring A Golf Instructor

by Don Smith

When it comes to hiring a golf instructor for lessons or when researching golf schools you should spend some time looking for the right one. Below are 5 steps you should go through to help you qualify your next golf instructor or golf school.

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