where to buy golf equipment

In my journey of golf I have learned a lot of things. One of which being where to buy equipment.

If you are just getting into golf and you don’t even have your own clubs yet, there are a couple paths you can take. I would recommend starting out with a used set of clubs. Places like “Second Swing” or “Nevada Bobs” are a great resource for this. Getting a used set of clubs will ensure that you don’t spend copious amounts of money but also have the equipment needed to get into the sport.

My first set was a used set of Tailor-made’s. I believe when I bought them they were around 4-5 years old. The important thing is to know the brands that are dominating golf.

Brands to look into:

  • TaylorMade
  • Callaway
  • Titleist
  • Cobra
  • Mizuno
  • Nike

These brands are known for having the highest quality golf equipment. If you find a used set of any of these brands for a good price, don’t hesitate.

If you are someone who can’t justify spending money on a sport you barley know, ask around. Or look on FaceBook market place. There are people out there giving away their clubs all the time. All it takes is a little knowledge on what brands to look out for and how much you are willing to spend.

3 thoughts on “where to buy golf equipment”

  1. I liked how you wrote this post. I think that acknowledging the different brands for golfing is a unique concept and a really unique way to propose to dominating golf. Great job!

  2. As someone who wants to get into golf, this was very useful. I have heard of some brands and others I should do some research. I had heard that used clubs were better for newer players and eventually, once skilled enough, players can buy new clubs. I have been looking at the Callaway brand as an option and maybe I’ll pursue an old pair of Callaway golf clubs.

  3. I have a new set of clubs I got for my birthday last year and super excited to use them this summer! I do have golf shoes as well but I do need more of the gadgets now. I do know that they have some sort of grass pad that goes on the ground to help your swing. I think I need to invest in one of those for the off-season!

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