Teeing Off At Tournaments With Golf Travel Bags
"Fore", "par for the course", "a hole in one", "golf travel bags", and "Tiger Woods" -- familiar terms associated with the familiar sport of golf. We all know the rules: grip a golf club with both your hands, swing the club hard, hit the golf ball such that it whooshes through the air and falls into the hole beside the flag. Sounds quite simple, does it not? Of course, you certainly don't need me to tell you that it is not as easy as it is made out to be. Sure, you probably won't end up getting bruises unless you use your club as a weapon, but will you manage to get that elusive "hole in one" with your very first swing? The probability is extremely low. There is a science and an art to every swing that a professional golfer makes. Not everybody is born a Tiger Woods, but everyone can learn the basics of the game at least.
So, how does one start? Well, first, you need to go get some equipment. Golf clubs, golf balls, either a book on beginner's golf or a coach, and a golf course where you can get enough practice at swinging the club and hitting the ball, as opposed to missing it. Also, a golf travel bag might come in handy, especially if you discover that you have the potential of a professional golfer. After all, every pro has to travel to the various tournaments. If you have invested good money in equipment, you need to ensure that they travel safely and reach the destination as good as new.
As you find a footing in this non-violent gentleman's sport and prove to everyone that you are good at it, you will surely be off to new destinations with a golf travel bag in tow. Why is there no specific travel bag for soccer or football though? Why do golfers get such advantages? Perhaps it is because, even while playing, golfers do not indulge in roughshod behavior with their clubs. A good golf club is forever, and can make the difference between winning or losing a tournament. A good golfer takes good care of his equipment, and as such has developed the quintessential golf travel bag. Of course, buying good equipment, and getting hold of a decent golf travel bag is essential, but if you do not possess the instinct and drive of a golfer, those "I-am-turning-pro-tomorrow" dreams can never come true. As with all things, a little talent is far more important than the material tools you possess.