We’ve all been out on the course and lost our last ball or gotten a chill and needed an extra layer. Here’s a list of things that you should keep in your electric golf caddy at all times, to ensure you can play your best game. Golf Balls – Seems silly really, but it can never hurt to have extra sets of balls in your golf bag. Maybe you’re having a terrible day and you keep losing balls off the course. Carrying an extra set can be a lifesaver to your or friends you’re playing with. Old Golf Balls – Older balls, or shag balls, can be great for getting in a practice swing or two while you’re waiting to play the next hole on the course. They can also come in handy if you’re having a bad day on the course and can’t manage to keep balls on the green. It’s better to lose an older ball than a brand new one. Business cards – While golf is a hobby of yours, it can also be a great chance to network and meet people on the course. It’s best to never be caught empty handed when people that you meet start handing out business cards. Throw a couple in your bag and always be prepared. Rain Gear – It’s always important to be prepared for the elements. Throwing a rain coat and umbrella into your golf pack could save the day. First Aid Kit – Having one of these around is always a great idea, no matter where you are. Sunscreen – A growing number of golfers are diagnosed with skin cancer every year. So lather up before you go, and bring sunscreen with you. Wear a hat to avoid extra sun exposure as well. Towels – Bring one for you and one for your balls and clubs, in case things get wet or dirty. Extras – Tees, scorecards and extra socks. It can never hurt to have a few of these in your golf bag, just for when you need them. A granola bar or two will always come in handy if you get hungry in the middle of your game. Water Bottle – It’s important to stay hydrated where ever you are. Don’t forget to bring a water bottle out onto the course with you. An excessive thirst could ruin your game. Consider this list, and make additions to the golf bag in your electric golf caddy. Help yourself to be prepared for any condition and anything you might forget when playing golf. There’s nothing better than realizing you’re prepared, when you initially thought you’d forgotten something.
October 03, 2016 — Natalie Montoya

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