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  1. Hosted Tour: Queenstown, NZ...February 18-25, 2025

    Hosted Tour Queenstown, New Zealand February 18 - 25, 2025   JUST LISTED IntroductionQueenstown may be small, but this resort-style destination nestled in New Zealand’s Southern Alps on the shores of Lake Wakapitu offers golfers an immense experience. With stunning golf courses to choose from and a seemingly never-ending list of ‘...

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  2. Hosted Tour: Queenstown, NZ...February 07-14, 2025 - FULLY BOOKED

    Hosted Tour Queenstown, New Zealand February 07 - 14, 2025   FULLY BOOKED! IntroductionQueenstown may be small, but this resort-style destination nestled in New Zealand’s Southern Alps on the shores of Lake Wakapitu offers golfers an immense experience. With stunning golf courses to choose from and a seemingly never-ending list of ‘...

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  3. Travel Packages: King Island - Barnbougle, Australia

    Travel packages King Island - Barnbougle, Australia Choose Your Dates...Private Charter or Scheduled Service IntroductionKing Island lies off the north-west coast of Tasmania. The remote island is surrounded by a rugged coastline with fresh seafood, famously good produce and some of the cleanest air in the world. It is also one of the world’...

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  1. Which Hand Should You Wear A Golf Glove On?

    When it comes to wearing a golf glove, it's important to know which hand to put it on. The general rule of thumb is to wear the glove on your "lead hand", which is the hand that's at the top of the grip. For right-handed golfers, this means wearing the glove on your left hand, and for left-handed golfers, it means wearing the glove on your right ...

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  2. How To Clean Your Golf Gloves?

    Keeping your golf gloves clean is essential for a better grip on the club, especially on hot and humid days when sweat can accumulate. To keep them in good condition, it's essential to clean them regularly. Here's how you can do it:  Firstly, avoid wearing the gloves for too long as it can cause them to accumulate dirt and sweat. After your ...

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  3. Complete Guide To Golf Bag Types

    Golf bags come in different shapes and sizes, and each serves a unique purpose on the course. Golfers typically choose between three types of bags: stand bags, staff bags, and cart bags.  Stand bags are designed for golfers who prefer to walk the course. They're lightweight and have a built-in stand that keeps the bag upright when not in use...

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