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10 VITAL THINGS YOU NEED IN YOUR GOLF BAG! 10 VITAL ITEMS ALL BEGINNER GOLFERS NEED IN THEIR GOLF BAG! golfers all need certain things in their golf bags, what's in the bag? whats in my golf bag? 10 things everyone needs in their golf bag. we all need some things in our bag to help us play better golf, shoot better scores and lower our your handicap. but what are they? do you need the best driver of 2019? do you need the most expensive irons on the market? I don't think so, for me these are simple things you need in your golf bag, and stupid things all golfers need. lets do it… and lets do It now!


Mike Warner says:

Top-Rocks XL.

Ted Zink says:

Every ball performs well when struck with a good swing. Even the cheap ones.

Golfing Accessories R Us says:

I use the colored tee pegs and I always know my tee is teed up at the right height. Great Tip

Ian Turner says:

You shouldn't be club sharing either. !!

IR Bose says:

I wear gloves on both hands and I started ripping shots

Willy Hernandez says:

Great video!!

Eddie Runcorn says:

Having recently taken up golf, a vital thing I’m needing is a very healthy bank account ?

Jake Wilton says:

maybe one of things a new golfer needs is there own clubs ??‍♂️


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Jeff Cook says:

The top hand gets the most vibration on the strike. The glove generally adds a layer of protection from that. In my casie gloves raise busters so I don't use one, except for my rain gloves which work very well.

Michael Rutledge says:

I was taught to repair your ball mark on the green AND ONE MORE!! That’s simply good golf etiquette. On the fairway, your divots should be replaced or repaired, unless in Florida or other very hot locales. In those cases, sanding the divot is preferred. The reason being is the divot will most likely dry out and die from too much sun/lack of water.

James Duffy says:

I wish I could do this beginner series… it's superb and thanks for the tips

Tim Fuhrmann says:

I hit $6 a dozen Nitros better than any other ball on the market.

Jeff Williams says:

I hate marking my golf ball.

The Handicrappers says:

Great video as always ???

Rogier Voet says:

I am handicap 18 and don't care about the brand of folf balls

zachary9981 says:

I'm glad I'm not the only one who felt pain when he repaired the pitch mark

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