Playing golf without accessories is a bit like eating
bread without butter - possible, but really yucky!
Golf accessories can include the basic must-haves like
balls and cases for your clubs to the high-end,
nice-to-haves like handheld computers for keeping
scores or tailor-made gloves.
As you may imagine, not only are these accessories
terribly expensive but frills quickly become
necessities in no time at all. So how can a golf
addict buy these accessories at reasonable prices
Local golf club stores, as anyone will vouch, are
quite expensive. So the alternative is to check out
the local classifieds in the good old newspaper or
online websites like Craigslist and eBay.
Keep track of flyers in your neighbourhood supermarket
and keep one ear cocked for gossip and word-of-mouth
information. The moment you hear that someone is
getting rid of their golf accessories, swoop in for a
You can get great discounts and unbelievable prices
when others are spring-cleaning or upgrading their
golf accessories. You get good, durable equipment and
accessories for a small fraction of the retail price
or almost for free.
If you have a mentor who wishes to discard their
collection of accessories or if you are friendly with
a senior citizen who is no longer capable of playing
golf, well, you have hit a gold-mine.
You can either purchase or borrow your choice of golf
accessorise at little or no cost. Let camaraderie and
networking also help you along so that when someone is
moving home or is picking up a new sport you can ask
them for their set of golf accessories.
Who says that all good things in life, especially a
neat set of golf accessories, are necessarily