Ah, love is in the air. Can you smell it? Probably not. If you’re like most people in America right now, your nose is stopped up or running like a faucet. Gotta love flu season. Even if you can’t smell the roses, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. At Golf Club Brokers, we’ve done the leg work and picked the perfect pair of golf gift ideas for you to give your loved one this year.
Christmas has come and gone. You’ve returned the clubs you got under the tree that were not even close to what you had asked for. Now you’re scrolling through all the new releases for the year with visions of a perfect swing and a low handicap.
It’s January. A time for new beginnings. A time to put your money where your swing is. A time to buy your golf game.
Yes, that’s right. I said it. It’s time to buy your game.
First though, you need to stop looking at all those new clubs. There is always great new technology coming out, but all the twisted faces in the world aren’t going to help your swing if you’re constantly shanking the ball 30 yards to the right.
You need to re-evaluate your game, not your bag.
Fires are lit, coats and gloves are on, and your clubs are snugly stored in the garage for safe keeping for the next three months. Wait? What? Who told you that you had to press pause on working your handicap down? If anything, a long winter break is going to drive your score up. You need to toss your bag back into the trunk and get out and swing.
Cold wintry days don’t make for ideal playing weather, but we’ve got five reasons why you should keep golfing this winter as the thermometer drops.
Now that Thanksgiving has been consumed and digested, there is no escaping the cold hard fact that Christmas is almost here. The decorations and artificial trees littering the aisles at retail stores before Halloween had you suspicious. Now the non-stop 24/7 Christmas tunes don’t let you forget.
Christmas is a wonderful season and there is great reason to celebrate. For some, however, it can also be a time of broken hearts and broken bank accounts. We’re not Love doctors and can’t help you with romance. With a few quick tips, though, we will help you keep your wallet fat and happy.
There it is. A 5″ x 5″ x 50″ card board box. The 72 hours you’ve been waiting for it to be in your hands has felt like 72 days. You slice through the tape, throw the bubble wrap on the ground and do a little happy dance to the bursts of the pops. Inside was the driver you just ordered from eBay. You can’t wait to get to the range and start driving to the moon.
At the range, all of that excitement is deflated in a single moment. It’s not when you drive the ball 100 yards. That’s actually a little better than normal. It has nothing to do with the slice that nearly took someone’s head off. You’ve been slicing balls like bananas since the beginning. It’s when your buddy lets you know your club is a counterfake! You’ve been duped. You feel dumber than the time you threw your Scotty Cameron in the lake after missing a 2.5 foot putt.
What do you do to avoid the fakes and the scammers? Stop shopping online altogether? Continuing shopping and hope for the best?
I’m going to walk you through 5 ways you can protect yourself and your wallet from the dastardly evil-doers that are polluting eBay.