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5 Ways To Save Money on Golf

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Some things in life are quite expensive. Here are some ways to save money on golf

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Golf is a passion for many, but it can also be a very expensive hobby. If you are looking for ways to indulge your love of this sport and still have money left over, there are some great ways that you can cut costs.

  1. Do your shopping at a online discount golf pro shop. While on-course pro shops usually have a pretty good selection and they are very convenient, there is definitely a price for that convenience. You can save a lot of money on golf clubs
  2. Look for specials on a course's website. This is one of the easiest ways to save money on greens fees, but many players overlook it. Before you book your next tee time at your favorite course, take a look at their website and see if they are offering any specials. Most courses will offer monthly specials, but they may not let you know right off the bat. By taking the time to take a quick look at their website, you may be able to get a sizable discount on your next green fee.
  3. Purchase used golf balls. This is another easy way to get a great deal without sacrificing quality. You can find some terrific prices on used golf balls from designer brands and most will provide you with many rounds before they give out. This is ideal for those that are still learning the ropes and have a tendency to dunk their golf balls in the nearest water hazard. When shopping for used golf balls, make sure that there are no dents or cracks since this can impact how well they will perform.
  4. Check out stay and play packages. Many hotels and resorts now offer stay and play packages for local courses. If you are planning a trip and would like to get in a little golf, this is a great way to save on fees. In many cases, you can not only get a reduction on your green fees, but your lodging costs will also be reduced.
  5. Take advantage of yearly packages. Most golf courses will offer a package deal where you can purchase full access for an entire year at a reduced rate. This is usually best for those that golf regularly. To see if this would be a good deal for you, add up how much you would normally spend on a year's worth of green fees. If it's more than the package deal, take advantage of that savings.

These are just a few ways that you can easily save money on golf. You can also take advantage of twilight specials on many courses, or get a group discount if you play with several friends. Golf doesn't have to be expensive and with these great money saving tips, you can enjoy it even more.

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Last updated on August 31, 2008.

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7 Responses to “5 Ways To Save Money on Golf”

  1. You can do what I did when my kids were younger – send them out on the course (when empty) to look for golf balls in tall weeds, streams and shallow ponds.

  2. Emily says:

    My husband works at a golf course so he gets to play free a few days a week and he only uses balls he finds while working. Now that’s my idea of a thrifty hobby :)

  3. bubba says:

    1 way; don’t play.

  4. James says:

    1) Get good at finding lost golf balls. 2) Play on cheaper courses, they’re just as hard. 3) Give up completely as I did and just hit a plastic golf-whiffle ball around in the yard and let the cats chase it. No tee times, no driving to the course, and, best of all, no score cards!

  5. Sean says:

    Bubba and James beat me to it.

    So funny when me and a friend started playing, all the fancy new golf balls. On the hardest course we played, I must have lost 50 of them. If it was not 50, well, it sure felt like it.

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  7. Colby Bacman says:

    I have tried almost any golf-club label and so have decided these kinds of sets may just be most effective there does exist,with the fresh choices moving on to the market lately it certainly is hard to determine just what to grab. Believe I most certainly will get some of them along in order to get used to playing with them to find if they are really seriously worth investing in a whole set up.

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