It’s in the Bag: Golf Edition

Even though it’s golf season year round here in Barbados, many golfers are just at the start of their season. So I thought it’d be a great time to share with you what’s in my golf bag.

It's In the Bag: Golf Edition

Some things I can’t live without and others I have for few occasions, but it all serves a purpose, at least in my golf world it does.

It's In the Bag: Golf Edition

  1. Callaway Golf Hyper-Lite 4 Bag – Let’s start with the bag! I think a lightweight bag is best, because you either carry or cart it. Makes the transition between the two pretty easy.
  2. Golf tees – not every club provides them, so best to carry a few with you.
  3. Volvik Golf Balls – I noticed these bright golf balls as last year’s PGA Merchandise Show and grabbed a few boxes. They’re super fun to play with!
  4. Zero Friction Ladies Glove – I have a few of these in my bag. They’re cheap, super comfy, and come in lots of colors.
  5. Rain coat and umbrella – I bought this rain coat before I started playing, and it turned out to be a great addition to my golf bag. It’s super thin and light so I can fold it up easily and always have it on hand for those rainy days. I also always carry along a golf umbrella. You never know when there will be a passing shower.
  6. Nikon COOLSHOT Rangefinder – I love this rangefinder. It’s super easy to use and comes with a slope calculator!
  7. Callaway XR Irons and Hybrids – My golf clubs of choice…
  8. TaylorMade R15 Ladies Driver – And I’m in love with this great big smacker!
  9. Hat Clip with Ball Marker – A hat clip is my favorite way to hold a ball marker. And since there are so many customizable and/or pretty ball markers out there, you’ve got a cool accessory for your hat.
  10. Sharpie and Tin Cup – A cute and easy tool for marking your ball.
  11. Neutrogena Wet Skin Sunscreen – sunscreen needs no explanation, but I like the spray version because it’s easy to apply while I’m on the course. If I’ve been in the sand traps all day, I don’t have to rub in sunscreen over sandy legs.
  12. Golf Rules Pocket Book – For those serious games.
  13. Orange Whip – This is a great warm-up tool. For the driving range or just before you tee off, it helps with synchronization and making sure my hands are slower than my body.

What’s in your golf bag? 

Bre Signature Glitter 

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