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How to Make Golfing Fun On Weekends

Are you an avid golfer looking to make golfing more fun? Well, guess what? You’ve come to the right place. In this article we talk about all the things you can do to make golfing more exciting. Surely, a little departure from convention hurt no one! There’s always room for improvisation and trying out new things. A cool accessory to jazz up your game, a whacky outfit to keep your spirits high - the options are endless.
Here are some of the ways you can amp up your golfing experience on weekends, and even otherwise.

golf guideEmoji Golf Balls

Weekends are always packed with people making a beeline for the course. Hence, you want to make sure you don’t lose sight of your ball. One way to do this is to play with brightly colored emoji golf balls. These come in a variety of shades, although yellow is the most common one. The emojis are funny and sure to make you laugh. Indeed, it is a clever way to keep yourself in a good mood, especially when your game is not going well. The balls have a low-compression core with a twin-layer cover which aids amateur players. They are suitable for children and adults. They are available in packs of three, six and twelve. Some also come in combo packs with golf tees and divot tools.

Glowing Golf Balls

If you like playing in the twilight, fluorescent glow-in-the-dark golf balls are a lot of fun. They are rechargeable and charge with the help of a UV flashlight which often accompanies the balls. All you have to do is shine the flashlight on the golf ball for a minute to get a high-glow for 7-10 minutes. The flashlight runs on 3 AAA batteries. The balls do not have any batteries or LEDs inside. They have a urethane skin and a full-compression core. They have tour-quality responsiveness and are great for everyday golfing.

LED Light-Up Golf Balls

LED golf balls are another fun idea for night golfing. They have built-in rechargeable batteries which you need to charge before going out to play. The charge lasts for up to 50 hours. The balls light up on impact when you strike them with the club. They remain luminous till about 8 minutes and then power off. They light up again upon being struck. There is another variety of LED golf balls which is light-activated. These need to be touched to a bright light source such as a smartphone flashlight to activate the LED glow. The light needs to fall on the marked space on the ball for the LED to come on. The balls are designed for professional golfing. They are tournament size and weight. They are available in an assortment of colors. When you hit them, they make a nice luminous arc in the night sky as they sail through the air.

Bluetooth Golf Cart Speaker

Another fun way to spend your weekend golfing is to throw in some music to the equation. Think portable waterproof wireless speaker. These incredible gadgets are might hardy and durable. They allow you the freedom to carry your music to the golf course. They come in an array of shapes and makes. A good golf cart Bluetooth speaker is protected against the elements. You want a speaker that is able to stand up to the sun, rain, wind and dust. For that, a weatherproof rating of at least IP67 is advisable. Look for impact-resistant construction. The mount should be rust-free and adjustable. It must be swivelable so you can point the speaker in the direction you want. If there are no mounts, there should at least be a carabiner or lanyard to secure the device to a bar or hook on the cart. If your phone has NFC, getting an NFC-compatible speaker might be a good idea. And of course, the longer the battery lasts, the better.

Golf Club Head Cover

the back nine head coversOne way to keep it light on the golf course is to dress your clubs with funky club head covers. They are available in a range of animated and superhero characters. From Batman to The Flinstones to The Joker to Bugs Bunny – the choice is endless. Some of these covers are made from fabric and fur, some from genuine or artificial leather, and some from wool with pom-poms attached. Club head covers protect the club heads and make your golf bag stand out from the rest. Depending on their design, the covers fit up to 460cc drivers, and most fairway woods and hybrid clubs. There are also mallet putter head covers with magnetic closures.

Magnetic Ball Markers

Golf etiquette demands that you mark your ball and colorful ball markers are a fun way to do it. These comic-book-inspired funny faces are sure to crack you up. They have high-gloss enamel finishes. Some even have crystals embedded in them. There are ball markers with national flags embossed on them. There are markers for kids in the shape of teddy bears. Ball markers come in packs of five or six. They are suitable for regular golfing and also make a great gift for your golfing pals. Every marker has a magnetic clip that attaches to caps, belts, pockets and visors. It makes sure you don’t misplace the marker or it doesn’t accidentally fall off.  

Golf clothes

The final item on our list is clothes. What you wear sometimes has a direct impact on your mental state and your mental state is reflected in your game. So, if you want to play well and be in a good mood throughout, it might be a good idea to wear something that makes you feel like a million bucks. Go for something snazzy and eye-catching. It can be classic or outlandish, fashionable or experimental. The idea is to push the envelope of golf clothing. You can try colorful printed golf pants and shorts; they’re a hot favorite among most golfers. Golf t-shirts with funny sarcastic quotes are also quite popular. You can style these with matching golf caps and hats.

These are some of the things you can do to make golf a more pleasurable sport.