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Golf Bag And Gear

When you’re out on the course, it’s always better to be prepared than to be without additional supplies. It’s important to pack the right golf equipment in your bag to ensure an uninterrupted round on the green. Basking Ridge Country Club has been around for over 100 years, maintaining a beautiful golf course and training young golfers across the Basking Ridge, New Jersey area. Because we know a great golf game is enhanced by having the right gear in your golf bag, we’re sharing some must-have pieces of equipment to have on hand.

Extra Supplies

When you’re out on the course, any number of things can happen to your equipment, so it’s important to carry some extra supplies such as:

Golf Balls

You’re bound to lose a few balls from time to time, which is why it’s important to carry a few extra sleeves of golf balls in your golf bag. This way if you lose a ball in the trees or accidentally lob one into the water, you won’t need to worry about getting a new ball.

Tees

Now and then, you hit a drive and accidentally clip the top of the tee or break it clean in half. Be sure to carry a set of extra tees with you in your golf bag so you never find yourself driving from the ground.

Gloves

A golf glove is an important part of every swing. It affords you extra grip and confidence. Over time, the glove’s grip erodes, so whether it starts slipping or tears in the middle of a game, be sure to have an extra one on hand.

Helpful Tools

There are a few other pieces of equipment you should consider bringing along, as well. These include:

Divot Repair Tool

Whether dropped your swing a little too deep or came across someone else’s divot, bringing a divot repair tool can help you repair the green you’re shooting from.

Range Finder

A range finder is a useful tool that can help you gauge the yards from your positing to the hole with impressive speed. It’s a great gadget to have that can increase the speed of your game.

Ball Markers

These simple yet effective ball markers are a great way to save your spot on the green, and using these eliminates the worry about getting knocked further away from the hole.

Wire Brush

Dirt and sand can stick to your club, throwing off the weight and potentially throwing your shot off. Pack a wire brush in your bag to keep your clubs clean on the course.

Protection from the Weather

Golf allows you to enjoy a beautiful landscape out in the open. And whether the sun is beating down on you or it starts to rain, you should have some gear to protect you from the weather. Consider packing items such as:

  • Sunscreen
  • Umbrella
  • Poncho or waterproof jacket

Remember, if you hear thunder, it’s safest to get off the course, as you’re close enough to the storm to be struck by lightning. To learn more about must-have equipment for your next round, contact Basking Ridge Country Club today.