Getting ready for a golf trip to South Africa doesn’t need to be a confusing and time-consuming experience. A normal set of clubs including irons, drivers, wedges, and putters is all you need. The usual 3 woods, 8 irons, and a putter should also be packed in your golf bag. Any other extras that you require can be purchased in most areas of South Africa. However, the South African golfing scene requires considering weather conditions. A selection of some golfing accessories should complement your main golfing equipment.
The weather condition in South Africa is much more diverse than most people usually expect. The country witnesses snow and low temperatures in a number of areas as well as very hot conditions in other areas. A few extra golfing accessories may be the difference between a comfortable golfing experience and a poor day on the fairway.
We recommend packing a gripping product to keep your hands dry. The will ensure that you maintain an effective grip on some of the hotter fairways. The sun can be brutal some days and so we recommend that you wear a hat and put a towel in your golf bag. A pullover and rain jacket is also required for cooler and wetter areas of the country.
Other accessories such as golf balls, crib sheets, divot tools, markers, coins for spotting as well as swing aids may be useful for your trip. Nail glue may also be essential for some golfers that experience broken fingernails frequently and need a quick fix.
Consider the condition of all the fairways that you will be visiting before you leave. This may change your selection of golfing equipment and accessories. A careful estimate of weather conditions, fairways, and your specific needs will prevent a poor playing experience. Your golf trip to South Africa will be a memorable and winning one with the right preparation.