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Time to embrace winter golf

Posted by Inga Abed on

How do you survive the winter as a golfer?   To be honest I stop thinking about golf between November and February when I  hang up the clubs with the excuse of poor weather. I really hate playing in the wet and cold, soggy lies and ice-numbed hands are not my thing. For me golf is a summer sport. I guess I am a fair weather golfer. It seems that 95% of golfers feel like I do and don’t like winter golf.   But there are many reasons why you shouldn’t do what I do as so-called winter golf has...

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Take off your hat for Golfglam's visors

Posted by Inga Abed on

  Ladies, do you want to look more stylish on the golf course? What about getting a new golf hat? A hat offers you the chance to make a fashion statement and complement your look on the course as well as having the added benefit of offering protection from the sun and sometimes the rain. And of course there is an argument that no outfit is really complete without a hat. However,  just as with any golf apparel it is important to choose the right item to ensure not only style but also comfort, so that the item does not...

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What makes a perfect visor?

Posted by Inga Abed on

  A visor is an accessory that is essential for any golfer to protect their eyes from the sun and keep the sweat off the face.  They are substantially cooler than a traditional hat. There are many types of visors around but what makes a good visor?  The most important is that the visor is comfortable. Great comfort is achieved by the material used as well as the size: the material should be able to absorb moisture while the fit should be perfect. A visor that doesn’t fit results in discomfort and headaches. To ensure a perfect fit the visor can...

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Spring has finally sprung - time to get into golf shape

Posted by Inga Abed on

Winter usually imposes a break on us golf addicts, whether you like it or not, especially if you live in a country like the UK. This year the break has been particularly long since the winter just didn’t want to leave. As a result you probably have ended up quite rusty and the pure thought of swinging a golfclub may hurt. So what can you do to start the season fresh and knock that rust off?• Structured practice is part of the answer: But the driving range should not be the focus. Concentrate on the short game. Head first to...

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