The UK weather is nothing short of unpredictable. One minute it’s scorching and we’re plastering the sun cream on. The next, it’s cold and blustery and we’re having to dig out our trusty waterproofs.
Ok, so they aren’t the most glamourous pieces of clothing you can buy today – granted – but having golf waterproofs can make the difference between keeping dry and comfortable and hating every minute.
They are finally here. The world-renowned Titleist have brought to market their much-anticipated TSi2 and TSi3 golf clubs – and they’re even better than we could have ever hoped!
It’s not often that we come across an individual in our store who isn’t well versed with Titleist. But - if you’re new to the golfing game, let us first introduce you to the industry leaders.
Golf courses may be out of bounds due to lockdown 2.0, but that’s not to say you can’t work on your form and keep your game sharp from the comfort of your home!
So, what can you be doing to ensure your game doesn’t forfeit?
Here we take a look at some of our favourite golf practices that are easy to implement and are sure to help pass the time faster:
Christmas may look a little different for all of us this year, but that’s no reason to hold back on treating loved ones, or indeed yourself, to that perfect gift. The golf courses may currently be closed, but as we hold tight and wait for news of them reopening, more and more of us are getting the practice in at home and kitting ourselves out with new gear for when we can get back on the green.
So, whether you want to see out the end of this difficult year with a bang or are looking for a small gift to show someone you care, our gift guide on the best Christmas gifts for golfers will be sure to deliver the perfect present for the golf enthusiast in your life.
Soggy lies. Ice-numbed hands. Gale force winds. Frosty mornings. Dark days.
Are you prepared to brave the elements and play some winter golf?
Winter golf isn’t everyone’s cup of tea and many golfers call it a day when the sun sets early and frost touches the grass. However, some players are still trying to make birdies, save pars and socialise with their mates. That means playing in the rain, wind, or even the snow!
Sick and tired of lugging your golf clubs around the course?
An electric trolley is the closest most of us will ever come to a full-time caddie. They are sleek, batteries are lightweight and easy to charge up, and folding is simpler than ever before. As well as this, they allow you to preserve more energy throughout your round and to be better prepared for all weathers (i.e. transport your waterproofs and attach an umbrella holder to ensure you’re protected against all the elements).
What’s not to love about electric golf trolleys?
They do all the hard work for you – taking the pressure and stress off your legs and shoulders, preserving your energy for the last few holes so you can finish on a high. They are now sleeker, shinier and lighter than ever before, and packed full of technology. Some can even be connected to your phone and provide on-screen GPS information. But how do you know which to choose?