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Golf - the game for all ages!  

There are really only three main things you need to play golf:

1. golf clubs

2. golf balls

3. golf shoes

All the rest - golf bags, golf clothes, golf carts and the fancy brand names (think Titleist, Callaway, Mizuno, Nike and the rest) can all come when you know more about the game of golf and are ready to make it your chief addiction in life!

Golf has been played for centuries and its popularity just keeps on growing. Children love the game of golf (think of Tiger Woods and his extraordinary success as an example of how willingly children take to the game).

Both men and women love golf because it provides a chance to play at your own level as well as to pit your skills against companions AND have fun!

Your golf buddies will never believe it! The remote controlled Golf Incred-a-Ball has a little spinning gyro in it and when you activate it from the remote, it spins off in random directions. The acceleration varies depending on the ground and due to its small size, it obviously works best on smoother surfaces such as on greens and tees.

All you have to do is make sure you've completely charged the golf ball in its neat little charging cradle, switch on the transmitter and select the frequency band shown on the ball. Push or pull back the control shaft on the transmitter to drive or vibrate your golf ball!

Baby Boomers love playing golf because as more and more retire, they opt for activities that provide opportunities to travel, to socialise and to keep fit ... and golf does all this and more!

Browse these pages to discover golfing tips to improve your game of golf - discover how to stand to get the most power from your golf swing, how to get your putts in the hole when you make it to the green and the basics of golfing etiquette. You'll also find ways to save money on your golf shoes, golf clubs and even golf balls and read about some of the best golf courses in the world to play golf. You'll discover how golf instruction can help your game and more.

Bookmark the page so you can check back often for more tips on how to play the game of golf!

Why do so many people enjoy golf?

... Because Golf Is Fun for All Ages


by Jason Montag

If you were to ask anyone the hardest sport to get good at they would all likely say the same thing, golf. The reason is that golf has recently taken off and is becoming the fastest growing sport we have ever seen. Why in the world is that? For many years the only ones that played the game of golf were older men. It happens that this same group of older men dressed really badly, which led to the development of a lot of golf stereotypes.

The reason that so many people are getting into the sport and discovering the immense challenge that it poses is because it is just a fun sport to play. Golf is a very social game. Granted you can go to the course by yourself and hit the balls down the fairway and on the green and move on, but what kind of fun is that? The reason golf makes such a great game for groups is that it is slow paced enough to hold a great conversation with a close friend or a potential business partner. Actually, there are millions of huge business deals that get started and closed on the course.

It is also one of the only games that you can drink beer all day and still have a good time playing. Try having a beverage while playing a game of football. It will not work.. I guess the reason older people played golf for so many years is that they like to have conversations and remember the days before video games and television. Those were the days that talking was the entertainment. It is great that the younger generations are learning to appreciate things that are old fashioned, things that take time to develop skill for, and things that are slower paced and methodical. 








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