Whether you are just beginning to learn to play golf, or maybe you're looking to get back into the game, consider all the equipment you need in order to get started. In this article, I'll share with you all the equipment needed for an enjoyable round of golf.

#1:  Push Cart

In order to start learning or playing golf, you will need equipment. The most important equipment is a set of clubs. There are so many to purchase but here's a list of a basic set to get you started:

●      Driver

●      Woods

●      Irons

●      Pitching wedge

●      Sand wedge

●      Putter

Once you have purchased the clubs, you're going to need a bag to hold them in. Those are easy to find but can get very heavy and tiring holding them around the golf course. It's best to purchase a push cart for golfers. Check golf gear hubs out for the top push carts for golfers on the market. Push carts can cut through grass easily and glide up the hills without much effort. A push cart is lightweight and easy to fold and they can be easily stored for when they are not in use. With one of these, golfing will become that much easier.

#2:  Balls

You'll need just a few more items to get started. Purchase a set of golf balls, specially designed to help the ball go further. Add a tee to your list. It's an object that is either wooden or plastic and placed on the ground so you can rest the ball on top of it for an easier shot. This item is only allowed for use on the first stroke of each hole.

There are certain circumstances while you are in the middle of a game that the ball is allowed to be lifted. In these cases, you need to first mark the position of the ball using a ball marker. It's typically a round, flat piece of metal or plastic that you place down in place of the ball.

#3:   Clothing

You might be thinking that you are ready to play now that you have the equipment. First, you'll need to have the proper attire, especially if you are part of a country club. The list consists of:

  1. Gloves
  2. Shoes
  3. Golf attire

The gloves help the player grip the club and prevent blistering. The increased grip allows for harder swings and more control and reduces chafing. The shoes can be spikeless or with spikes attached to the soles. The spikes are designed to increase traction to help the player keep balance while playing or walking around the course, even in wet conditions.

Lastly, the golf attire consists of shirts, pants and shorts. They are designed to be nonrestrictive for a player's range of motion. They also help keep you warm or cool and dry, depending on the weather. They are also fashionable and sometimes they are required as a proper dress code in certain country clubs.

Wrap Up:

So, whether you are a beginner or an avid golf player, make sure to have all of the above equipment and attire for a successful and enjoyable experience.