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Golf Sets: Choosing a New Golf Set

Aug 9, 2008
If you want to be good at golf you have to have a good customized golf set... choosing the right golf clubs from hundreds of promotional golf sets can be challenging. Fortunately you don't have to feel intimidated by branded golf sets if you go into the task with a little knowledge.

There are a few key things to look for when buying new or customized golf sets. Here are some tips when sorting through promotional golf sets and personalized golf sets to help you find the perfect style for your level of skill.

* First set a budget. Don't look at pricey branded golf sets if you don't have a lot of money to spend.

* Know your skill. If you are starting out don't buy an expensive corporate golf set. What if you find you don't really care for golf? You will waste a lot of money on a nice set of clubs, and then what? Remember golf is an expensive not inexpensive sport.

* Figure out how often you plan to use your golf set. The more often you play will help you determine how many accessories you need your new golf set to have. A quality golf set will come with plenty of accessories for an experienced golfer. Basic golf sets will come with few accessories but will be just right for the occasional (not serious) golfer.

* Learn as much as you can about golf. That way when a sales rep comes to talk with you they won't entirely swindle you into buying the most expensive golf sets they have. Most are fairly honest and will sell you reasonably priced golf sets. However there are times when like any car sales man the retail golf salesman will try to up sell you. You may come out with more accessories than you need. Sure, you may use them in time. If you take some time however to do your research you may know before you walk into the shop what types of golf sets you want to look at when you go shopping. This will save you and the golf salesman a little time.

* Have a good friend go with you. Try to have someone that knows a bit about golfing go with you, preferably someone that you like. They will help steer you in the right direction. You can have them question the store salesperson if you like so they show you proper golf sets for your skill level and budget.

* Consider second-hand golf sets if you aren't sure you will enjoy golf. Some people are ambivalent about playing golf. If you are interested in "trying out" the sport rent a set or get a second-hand set before you buy your own clubs. You really don't need them unless you know you plan to play at least a few times. You really don't want to spend a lot of money on a potentially difficult sport unless you know you will enjoy this sometimes favorite pastime.

Buying golf sets can be fun when you follow a little sound advice and limit yourself to golf sets you know you can afford.
About the Author
Miles Lovegrove is director of Fluid Branding, the UK's largest supplier of Promotional Golf Sets and other Promotional Products at www.fluidbranding.com. For Eco Friendly promotional products, including Recycled, Organic and Sustainable items visit www.ecoincentives.com
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