Using a golf bag helps you to play golf conveniently and comfortably. With lighter and more space materials, new versions will be extremely useful for all events you join in the green. Your selection should be wide enough for clubs, gloves, balls, tape, umbrella, coins, drinks, food, rain gears, and other valuables. If your existing bag gets worse and weakening, it may be the right time for you to change to the new one. [Read more…]
There are various golf GPS rangefinder tools available in the market for golf players. Thus, using a GPS golf tools becomes a compulsory necessity if you are interested in your golf game. This equipment is highly useful and reliable in supporting a golf game.
You could master the golf game and enhance the handicap in a fairly short time, with the support of the best golf rangefinder 2017 offered by famous market leaders such as Garmin, GolfBuddy, Bushnell, Skycaddie, Nikon and TomTom. With so many improvements in technology for rangefinder, it is getting simpler for golf players to enhance a game greatly by seeking support from the most suitable golf GPS rangefinders.
At the present, the elevation could also be calculated by using the golf rangefinder. Bushnell Company has a golf rangefinder, which could estimate the distance from a slope. By taking advantage of such improvements in technology, you could absolutely improve the golf game, have a perfect round and impress your friends. [Read more…]
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
You will find only a single golf course in the Northwest Territories, but the Yellowknife Golf Club has become known as one of Canada’s most unusual playing experiences. The fairways are completely sand with only small and intermittent areas of tundra. The surface requires golfers to take along a 6″ x 10″ portable mat to hit from. Greens on the course are made from artificial turf, replacing one-time sand greens doused in oil. Tees are also of the artificial turf variety.
Yellowknife Golf Club is home to one of Canada’s most famous golf events, the Canadian North Midnight Classic, held each summer when there is close to 24 hours of daylight to play.
Newfoundland and Labrador
Getting there is challenging, but once you make it to Newfoundland, the golf is nothing short of spectacular. The Maritime province has fewer than 30 golf courses but the Rock is home to some of Canada’s finest layouts, led by the Twin Rivers Course at Terra Nova Golf Resort, The Wilds at Salmonier River and the award-winning Humber Valley Resort, whose River Course was named SCOREGolf magazine’s Best New Golf Course in Canada for 2007. [Read more…]
According to a 2009 National Allied Golf Association Economic” Impact Study, more than six million people play golf in this country. That figure alone makes golf number one in terms of homegrown participation. It also means Canada is one of the top golf playing nations per capita in the world.
Canadians golf for a variety of reasons: for the challenge, the social aspect, the lifestyle, the health benefits and, of course, for the fun of it. They also enjoy the game for its aesthetic appeal–most often with family and friends. In every province and territory, there is a wealth of unique golf course experiences, with distinct regional topography and sophisticated design elements.
Here are a few of Canada’s finest places to tee it up: [Read more…]