Christmas Lands at Bury Golf Range
We are getting into the spirit here at Bury Golf Range, the decorations are up and there are plenty and Christmas ideas in store for the golfer in your family.
So if you're buying presents for a golfer this Christmas or you are a golfer in need of ideas to tell your family. Here are six top ideas to help improve and assist you on course in 2016.
1) Golfing Winter Mittens
Weathers Mitts are the best way to keep your hands warm this winter. Coming with a fleece linned inner that gives amazing comfort and warmth.
2) MacWet Rain Gloves
The 'all grip, no slip' glove for wet weather conditions! The MacWet Mesh Golf Rain Glove is designed using MacWet's unique Aquatec fabric, which responds to moisture and climate change, giving maximum grip, sensitivity, feel and comfort in wet weather conditions.
3) Yardage Device
These devices in my opinion speed up rounds of golf, they give the golfer instant feedback for the distance to the front, middle and back of the greens, and also on some products to hazards as well. There are so many on the market however I have only used Bushnell products and would highly recommend this brand.
4) Bobble Hat
A bobble hat is the perfect winter headwear offering protection from cold with thermal insulation. This item will make sure your looking stylish on the course this winter.
5) Lessons with a PGA Professional
Finally if you feel either yourself or a member of your family could benefit from some guidance on their golf game then maybe some lessons would insure that there are more positive golfing stories in 2016.
6) Free Ball Personalisation with Titleist - Last Chance
- This would make the perfect Christmas present for any golfer.
- You can start personalising now by clicking here.
- We will inform you when the balls are ready for collection in store
- It couldn't be simpler!
The dreaded mud ball
Who's had one of these recently? It's bound to happen at some point over the winter, so rather than curse your luck and resort to hit and hope, follow our advice and you may just avoid bogey or worse.
When you're faced with a mud ball in the rough this winter and you're not able to clean it as you would be on the fairway, you're going to find that the ball will fly through the air with much less spin. So…
1. Select a club or landing area that will cater for your shot releasing towards the target
Some of the mud is bound to disperse on impact, but it's impossible to predict which direction it will fly in. Therefore…
2. Take a neutral aim and commit to the swing like normal
There is obviously going to be a degree of luck whatever you do, but unless you have to, don't take on any difficult flags.
Try putting this into action. For other tips and drills, and winter lesson requests, contact us here - or speak to one of the team in the shop.