Your Golf Course Survival Kit Part Two
If you’ve never played a full game of golf before, then you might be wondering just what kind of trouble we expect you to get into on a golf course, but participating in any outdoor sport requires certain preparations. In order to have a satisfying, comfortable, and safe outing, review the items listed in part one, and also remember to bring:
Golf course horror stories tell of golfers so distracted by bloodthirsty mosquitoes, they couldn’t even complete one good shot. Keep these pesky bugs from ruining your golf game by remembering to bring your bug spray.
When a storm rolls in mid-round, you don’t want to be caught on the exposed course in nothing but your T-shirt. Keep a raincoat, and an umbrella if you prefer, with you to ensure that you’re prepared even when the weather decides to turn on you.
Depending on the course you’re playing on, there may be a dress code. Be sure to check beforehand to make sure you’re dressed appropriately on the day. The ideal golfer’s outfit will not hinder his or her range of motion. Be sure to tuck in your shirt to keep it out of the way, and consider a hat to keep the sun off of your face.
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