When heading out to play golf, you should be equipped with the right golf equipment and be prepared for any weather condition. Imagine playing in a tournament when it suddenly starts to rain. You cannot quit and return home. You will have to keep playing no matter what turn the weather might take. The best option is to be equipped against all weather conditions: heat, cold or rain. Among the wide variety of golf equipment available in the market, there are many things that you might find that will protect you on the golf course during adverse weather conditions. With the right gear, you will be able to continue playing golf comfortably whether it’s a hot, sunny day or a cold, rainy day. Here are some of the golf equipment that will help you against weather:
In cold weather conditions, your hands get numb and it may hamper your performance while making the golf swing. To prevent this from happening, it is always a good idea to keep your hands warm with gloves. While they help in keeping your hands warm, you might have difficulty making the swing while wearing your gloves. For this reason, choose gloves that you can easily take off while making the swing and then easily put them back on. Rain gloves are also available which help provide better grip on the club during rainy weather.
Good golf shoes provide with the required breath-ability to protect your feet against the heat and waterproofing to keep your feet dry even in wet conditions or heavy rainfall. To improve the grip on the wet ground, you may use water resistant spray on the spikes.
Keep an umbrella if it is expected to rain during the rounds. Without an umbrella, you will not be able to complete the round comfortably if it starts raining heavily.
It is a good idea to keep a cap with you when going for a round even if it is not sunny initially. Golf normally stretches over long hours and it might get sunny while you are still playing. Not only will the cap give you some protection against the heat but it will also allow you to see in the direction you made the shot without the sun hurting your eyes.