- Brand new 7iron fitted to you.
- #5 Fairway wood
- 5 Hybrid
- 9 iron
- Sand wedge (56 degree wedge)
- Additional Fairway wood options
- Additional Hybrid options
- Irons to fill the gaps i.e. 4 iron to Pitching Wedge
- Lob wedge (60 degrees wedge)
How important is a good golf ball? Short answer, yes. However we don’t want to be hitting our precious golf balls into the water and feel like we are throwing out money away.
Golf balls for beginners handicap 30+
As a beginner we all have been there when we just look at water or out of bounds and our ball gravitates towards it every time and another ball lost. What should we look for? The best feedback of golf balls for this level is the Callaway Supersoft this gives the player great feel off the club with longer distances whilst still being able add spin to the ball on shorter shots around the green. Approx. cost $31-$35 per dozen.
Golf Balls for intermediate15-30 handicaps
If you’re a regular golfer and looking for a cost effective way to play without giving up control the Titleist Tour Soft is my best recommendation. The biggest difference compared to the ones recommended for beginners is gaining a lot more control and spin around the greens whilst still keeping the budget down compared to the premium golf balls. Approx. $50 per dozen
Golf balls for advanced golfers handicap <15
My number 1 recommendation is the Pro V1 it is the most played golf ball on the professional tours. The golf ball offers the best feel off the club face, penetrating trajectory and exceptional control around the greens. Approx. Price $75 per dozen.
Ultimately try out a few different golf balls for yourself and recognise what you like in terms of feel, sound and looks. Additionally you can get golf balls in a wide variety of colours these days and customize them to suit your personality.
Emajin Nationwide Online Competition Scores:
June Monthly winner of a Brand New Driver is Washington Alvarez from Cabramatta Golf Club – 37 points off 4 handicap.
Weekly winners in June:
Week 1 – Washington Alvarez – 37 points off 4 handicap at Cabramatta Golf Club, NSW
Week 2 – Ramesh Sivabalan – 36 points off 12 handicap at Coolangatta Golf Club, QLD
Week 3 – Chris Thompson – 37 points off 17 handicap at St Michaels Golf Club, NSW
Week 4 – Steve Tomlin – 35 points off 18 handicap at New South Wales Golf Club, NSW
How does the Emajin Nationwide Online Comp Work?
Top 5 scores each week go into the running to win a box of Pro V 1s. Top 20 scores each month go into the running to win a BRAND NEW DRIVER of your choice every month. Over 16,000 dollars worth of prizes up for grabs!
Scores from your club competitions are automatically included in our leaderboard from Golflink. Once you enter the comp, you can ‘set and forget’.
All you need to do is play your best golf and check out your name on our national leaderboard.
$120 per annum (Only $10 per month)
View the June leaderboard here:
Learn more about getting a golf handicap with Emajin.
However, she says, the focus has shifted from large one-off, single-company corporate days to regular golf networking events. It’s becoming clear that golf as a business activity is most effective when people meet to network with some consistency. That’s how long-term, strong relationships are built.
We have had an incredible response from our members and their business partners to our golf networking events. Businesspeople from different industries are coming together to connect and build solid working relationships over golf. It’s no longer just for the elite.
Emajin is all about connectivity and inclusivity, which is why our events have a range of ways to get involved, from the full 18-holes to a ‘try golf’ clinic.
The Australian Golf Digest dubbed us the New Age of Golf, and you can read more about this fresh approach to uniting business and the great game in the magazine.
Pictured from left to right : Chris Thompson, Raj Narayan, Tim Borham, James Mattick, Steve Tomlin, Chris Clarke, Adam Forman, Craig Forman.
Read the full article here: “Is Corporate Golf really back?” Australian Golf Digest, June 2022 issue.