What to Take on Your Next PGA Tour


Golf is one of the most fun and bond-building activities you can do. Whether you’re a pro or a newbie, making a list of what to bring with you before you go can be super helpful. So here are some important items to make you pack.

Sun protection

Golfing is great because you get fresh air, exercise, and the chance to participate in a somewhat laid-back competitive experience. But being outside means you’ll be exposed to the sun. A hat is your best option to keep you safe and keep your skin protected. If it’s not too hot, opt for long sleeves and pants as well. Pack sunglasses to keep the sun out of your eyes and your eye on the ball. And don’t forget the sunblock! Apply it regularly.

Chairs

Golf includes a lot of sitting and waiting for other people to take their turn, so a good chair is super important. A fold-up aluminum web chair is easy to carry or to fit into the golf cart. It’s also comfortable and sturdy enough to sit on for longer lengths of time, which is great if you’re on the course as a spectator.

Putters

One thing that can prevent you from being your best golfer is your putter! Don’t underestimate the value of having the best golf putter in improving your score. Look for one that uses a stainless steel construction, a face balanced design, and a CNC Milled impact area to increase accuracy and early forward roll.

Food and Water

You want to get the most out of your day, right? And if you’re there all day, you’re bound to get hungry. Make sure to pack a lunch and plenty of snacks to keep you fueled up and ready to go all day long to get your best score. Pack lots of water to keep you hydrated and awake.

Cash

Bring cash to the course to use to buy food, water, and to tip the people who serve you. It’s much easier to just use cash.

A Good Bag

This one will make a big difference in your day. A good, versatile bag is crucial to help you make it through the day. Get one that has strong straps and the right amount of pockets to hold your snacks, sunblock, sunglasses, and maybe even your golf clubs. Or maybe it would be easier to have one bag for the items to carry with you and one for your clubs.

 

Whether you’re going on a PGA tour or going golfing for the first time, packing the right stuff can help immensely with improving your day. Take time and make your own list to plan for your best day. And don’t forget to have fun!