Regularly checking over your golfing equipment is very important for making it last longer and perform better. The same goes for regularly checking your golf trolley to ensure that everything is working as it should. If you catch a fault early on, it will prevent it causing a bigger and more expensive issue further down the line. Below are some ways that you can keep your golf trolley in the best condition possible. – – Give it a Test Run Due to Coronavirus, we haven’t been able to get onto... Read More
Electric Golf Trolleys
For us golfers, the golf course is like a second home, a place where we go to forget about the daily stresses of life. That being said, the course can also become stressful at times – unless you have the right golfing accessories to make the day easier and more enjoyable. To improve your experience, we would highly recommend adding these to your equipment list before you return to your local golf course this spring. – – #1 – Spare Battery As you navigate the course, there is nothing worse... Read More
Know a golfer but never know what to buy them for their birthday or Christmas? Although golfers will always appreciate more golf balls, do you worry that yet another box can leave them feeling a little… uninspired? Well worry no more, we’ve got you sorted. Sure-fire to make the golf enthusiast in your life happy, one of our 6 ultimate gifts for golfers will have you crowned as the ultimate gift giver. We know that it can be hard to understand what kind of gifts for golfers are actually useful... Read More
“If you watch a game, it’s fun. If you play at it, it’s recreation. If you work at it, it’s golf.” – Bob Hope At 42, Tiger Woods won at the East Lake Golf Club on the 2018 PGA Tour championship, beating Billy Horschel, a player 11 years his junior. After a string of injuries and with the majority of major golf championship winners being in the region of 31-35 years old, Tiger beat the odds on the course. If there’s one thing that we can learn from this win, it’s... Read More
Muster your courage as today we’ll be discussing something that many leisurely golfers actively try to avoid – playing golf in the rain. Whilst it’s true that many players initially see a drop in their performance, we’re here to tell you that it’s not all doom and gloom. As a matter of fact, there’s no reason why – with the right preparation and plenty of persistence – you can’t play well in wet weather. We’ve put together 11 tips to better arm you against inclement weather and give you the... Read More
Unfortunately, most of us amateur and recreational golfers don’t have the budget to pay for a professional caddie – as brilliant as that would be – so the next best thing for moving your gear around the green is an electric golf trolley. Affectionately known amongst the golfing community as a ‘leccy’, an electric golf trolley is a battery powered cart that transports your golf bag and equipment for you.
From the outside, golf may seem like a relaxed and languid sport. The reality – as all we golfing fanatics know – is that golf is very demanding on mind and body with miles of walking and plenty of shots in between. If you are really serious about getting the most out of the sport and your game, you need to ensure that you maintain a good posture and don’t put unnecessary stress on your body.
Did you know that May is National Golf Month? Now that you do, it’s time to encourage all of the ladies in your life to play a little more of it.
So what are the essentials, apart from a set of serviceable clubs, a pair of golf shoes, and a few balls and tees? Somewhere to play is pretty important too, and if you’re just starting out, do you want to play on a links course or a parkland course? Unless you’re very lucky, of course, it’s unlikely you’ll have the choice.