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Buying a set of clubs is like taking a shot in the dark even if you are a professional golfer, let alone the beginners. Golfers are a brand conscious society and choosing from Yones, Taylor made, Titleist, Adams, Callaway, Wilson, Spaulding, King Cobra, Ping or Mizuno becomes a little difficult and confusing.

Most golfers tend to buy what the others are buying. Buying a set of golf clubs is a little technical, and you should always buy them on their merits and suitability, rather than copying someone else’s purchase.

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Some of us are fortunate enough to live where we can golf year-round. Others of us enjoy winter vacations to locales, either in the U.S. or abroad, that boast the sunny, dry weather that makes an afternoon on the links one of life’s greatest pleasures. As for the rest of us, well, we longingly await the coming of spring and our next round of golf.

Whether we’re just learning the game or are avid players, this is the perfect time of year to haul out our equipment and make sure we’re prepared for the coming season. Here are some things to consider when gearing up:

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Titleist Pro V1 was one of the best selling balls for a number of years. The ball was used by many professionals including; Padraig Harrington, Vijay Singh, Lee Westwood, David Love III and Jose Maria Olazabal. The Pro V1 was one of the top selling balls in the amateur circuit and now the ball will stop production in January 2009.

Titleist introduced the Pro V1 Golf ball based on its own technological advancements and research in 2000. Pro V1 golf balls incorporate the combination of many Titleist technologies developed and accumulated over the past twenty years.

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About Golf
A passion, an obsession, a romance, a nice acquaintanceship with trees, sand, and water.
~Bob Ryan
Nobody but you and your caddie care what you do out there, and if your caddie is betting against you, he doesn't care, either.
~Lee Trevino
In golf betting, there are three main types of bets you can make for any given golf tournament. You can bet that a particular golfer will win the event, will place in the top three, or will finish higher than another golfer.
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