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Things You Should Remember Before Planning Golf Club Tours

Golf is a game of sophistication and a lot of rules. If you plan to join any golf club, especially the ones known as ‘tour’ clubs, you should be extra careful. Like any game, golf clubs have some information that they want you to know. Very often people commit the mistake of not knowing these things and just join any club randomly.

They pay a good amount of money and if any problem occurs, they feel forced to leave the club. All of these can be avoided if you do a bit of research beforehand. Here are a couple of things that you should know before you think of going for golf club tours.

  1. The Types of Golf Clubs

Before you join any golf club, you should be aware of the fact that there are mainly two types of golf clubs. Take a look at what these two types refer to and then decide where you should go.

  • ‘Standard’ or ‘regular’ clubs are the place where the average players or the beginners prefer to go. Do you consider yourself an avid lover of the game? Do you have to juggle your time a lot between the practice, your work, and home? If the answers are ‘yes’, you should consider joining the ‘standard’ clubs. They are considerate enough to understand your problems and still let you play at your own pace.
  • The other type of golf club is known as the ‘tour’ clubs. Unlike the ‘regular’ ones, these clubs include the experienced players. If you are somebody who can play on a tour or even on a mini tour, or somebody who wants to play on any tour, this place should be your choice. Since this club is quite strict, it is smaller in size. The best thing about these clubs is that if you work hard here, you are most likely to be able to play on a tournament level.
  1. Information About Golf Gear and The Clubs

This information is particularly important for the people who are the beginners. For any player, the gear is very important. Since you are just going to begin playing, your golf clubs or gears are most likely to receive a rough treatment. Therefore, there is absolutely no point in spending a huge sum of money on these. You can find gears of average qualities and reasonable price, which are appropriate for the beginners. Once you master the game you can always buy an expensive set.

If you have a golfer friend, you can always ask him whether you can borrow their sets or not. There is also an option of renting golf clubs from the golf clubs. You can ask for it during the golf club tours. There are tons of online stores where you can get second hand golf club sets. Ask the golfers what are the items that you will require initially. Instead of buying the set, you can buy only those items.

  1. Rules and Regulations

As mentioned earlier, golf has quite a few rules and regulations. Apart from the basic rules of the game, every club has its own set of regulations and rules. Therefore, it is better to ask about the particular rules set by a particular club.

The players should be aware of certain etiquette too, such as, not talking while someone is playing, not walking through other’s line, don’t get overworked about every imperfect shot, taking things slowly and get regular lessons from a good golf club and mark your progress, enjoy fantastic golfing experience during the golf club tours. If you manage to learn and abide by all these tips, you won’t have to face any problem at all during the golf club tours.


Author Bio:

Alyssa Moylan is an ordinary woman from Australia, a writer by day and a reader by night. She writes on various topics like lifestyle, health, travel and fashion. She likes to think of ways on how to solve daily life problems of people. Follow her on Google+ and Twitter.

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