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Winter golfing essentials: What equipment do you need to play golf in the cold and rain?

Unfortunately, living in the UK, we are more than used to rain and cold weather. Luckily for golf enthusiasts, golf is a game that can be played in pretty much any weather. Rain or shine, you will find people braving the course! However, it is a pretty miserable experience if you don’t have the right winter weather golfing gear. In this article, we are going to delve into all of

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How to Create a Pre-Shot Routine

You may think that a game of golf starts when the first player hits their first ball. However, this is simply not the case. If you watch the best players in the world, you will notice that they all have one thing in common – the pre-shot routine. ‘What is a pre-shot routine?’ we hear you ask. Don’t worry, we are here to break down exactly what a pre-shot routine

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Different types of golf clothing

Golf is known for its strict dress code. Despite there not being a specific ‘uniform’ that is required to play, following the dress code has become part and parcel of playing the game for both professionals and amateurs. But if you’ve never been to a golf course before, deciding what to wear can be daunting. While we aren’t knocking the importance of asking your golf course if they have a

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Different types of golf balls and which ones are the best

To the untrained eye (or at least to golfing newbies), golf balls are all the same. However, those who play or watch a lot of golf will know that is certainly not the case. There are various different types of golf ball, and each type is designed for a different type of player and different course conditions.  In this article, we will explore the different varieties of golf ball and

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What is golf etiquette?

Like all sports, golf has a set of rules that players need to follow in order to score well in the game. Alongside this set of rules though, is golf etiquette. Etiquette isn’t the same as rules, and is to do with manners. It is more a set of guidelines that you should follow in order to show respect and courtesy to other golfers on the course.  What is golf

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How do I join a golf club?

So, you’ve decided you really enjoy golf. So much so, that you want to join a golf club to perfect your swing and surround yourself with other golfing enthusiasts. But how exactly do you find a golf club to join, and how do you actually go about joining one? Luckily, CashForeClubs are here to help with our handy guide on joining a golf club. Do your research First things first,

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Beginners guide on how to play golf

Now, we may be a bit biassed, but in our opinion, golf is an amazing sport!  Famous players, such as Tiger Woods, Lydia Ko, Rory McIlroy, and Nelly Korda, are now household names, earning huge amounts of money.  They may be highly skilled professionals, but the same game can be enjoyed by people from all walks of life, and all ages and abilities. One of the questions we frequently get

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How to get back into golf following an injury

The weather is (finally) starting to warm up and the golf season is creeping up on us. At Cash Fore Clubs, we want to ensure that all players are fit and ready to return to the sport that they love safely, without risking injuries or making existing injuries worse. What are some common golf injuries? To a non-golfer or an inexperienced player, golf may seem like a minimal injury sport.

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5 essential things you need for golf and a few extra golf accessories

Thinking of getting into golf? First, there are a few essential golf items you need in your golf bag to make that possible. You wouldn’t want to step up to the first tee and realise you are missing your putter would you? In this guide, we will explain the five key things you need in your golf bag as well as a few extra accessories that will help. But just

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CFC Condition Guide


5  – BRAND NEW – never been hit.
4 – VERY GOOD – This club has been hit a handful of times, may have a few very minimal marks.
3 – GOOD – This club has been used for a few rounds, shows signs of use but no major dings or chips.
2 – FAIR – Well used, still in completely playable condition but will show signs of wear and tear. Minor stone chips may be visible on the sole.
1 – POOR – This club will have heavy play marks, paint missing, with visible dents and chips.

NOT SELLABLE – major dents or stone chips on playing surface of club.


5  – BRAND NEW – still in wrapper – never been used.
4 – VERY GOOD – Have been hit a few times, but could still pass as new.
3 – GOOD – No major marks, but may show light signs of use, for example light scratching.
2 – FAIR – Signs of wear and tare, but no major bag rub and no rust marks. stickers may be starting to peel.
1 – POOR – Very visibly used with various age-related marks. Shaft sticker may be peeled or missing.

NOT SELLABLE – major bag rub or major pitting and rusting of shaft.


5 – BRAND NEW – As it says on the tin, this grip is brand new, with protective wrapper still in place.
4 – VERY GOOD – 
As new and completely clean, would only have been played a handful of times.
3 – GOOD
 – Played with, showing some minor imperfections, but have plenty of golf left in them.
2 – USED – Well used, with some more obvious imperfections. Still playable, but will likely need replacing fairly soon.
1 – POOR – Needs replacing with rubber shiny and splitting.

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