It’s that time of year to start thinking about and planning a late winter golf or spring break golf trip. The problem with golf travel is, that there are many different websites to book on, so many destinations to choose from and too many conflicting reviews. Golf travel expert and friend Brian Weis from GolfTrips.com joins the Golf More Swing Less Podcast to talk Southern U.S. golf destinations, resorts, golf trails, casino courses and more. Brian shares some cost effective golf destinations, under rated courses tells you how to score a great deal and even a few of his travel hacks.
If you play golf, there is no doubt that you’d like to play better. You could start by playing more, practicing more, take more lessons, and of course you could spend a boat load of money on equipment. What maybe you haven’t considered is trying golf fitness.
Golf fitness isn’t necessarily going to change the way you swing the club or fix your swing flaws. However, golf fitness can surely increase both your range of motion, swing speed and add a few yards to your drives. It may even help you develop better tempo and more consistency. One thing is for sure, golf fitness is be easy, effective and affordable.
The golf industry is as competitive and cut-throat as any other. Products are designed, built and marketed on new technologies every 3-6 months. This makes product life cycles short and keeps demand high. Manufacturers know that consumers are always looking to get an edge on the competition and in many instances, golfers are willing to spend whatever necessary to gain as little as 5-yards of distance and or accuracy. With manufacturers spending millions of dollars on R&D and marketing it becomes increasingly difficult to bring a golf product to the market that is superior to the likes of Callaway, Taylor Made and Titleist. It’s as difficult and expensive to build brand awareness for a good product, no matter what industry your in.