Fall Golf Essentials
It’s true, whether you’d like to admit it or not, fall golf is approaching fast in your neck of the woods. It’s nothing to stay indoors about, it’s just time to make sure you’re prepared before you tee it up on a windy 50-degree day.
Here is our list of fall golf essentials to prepare you for the weekend ahead…
Hand Warmers: Yes, these are a must. Nothing feels worse than cold hands and a hozzle rocket. Keep the hands warm as much as possible whether it be with hand warmers or winter gloves. We promise it will save you strokes.
Zip Up Jacket: Your zip-up jacket doesn’t need to cost you an insane amount of money. It’s a jacket, it’s supposed to keep you warm, not prove a fashion statement. Layer up, remember it’s easier to wear more and subtract, rather than the other way around.
Knit Cap/Ear Warmers: Did you know sailors used to wear the ones with pom-poms on there, so when the sailors were out at sea and the waters were rough, they wouldn’t bash their heads. It gave them extra protection, just by putting that little pom-pom on their hat. Not to say your playing partner will hit you in the head, but stay warm and wear some type of ear warmer or knit cap.
Rain Gear: The only four-letter word not allowed to be said… rain. Yes, it comes and goes, but there is no worse feeling then cold feet and hands when playing golf. Come prepared with an umbrella and rain gear.
Cup of Coffee: Whether it’s Starbucks, Dunkin, Tim Hortons, or the cup of joe from the pro shop, a warm cup of coffee will always keep your hands warm.
Socks: Yes, obviously we know you’ll wear socks. But wear multiple pairs of socks. Warmer feet mean more birdies, and longer drives.
Blanket: Set this on the golf cart seat… you can thank us later.