Now that the summer months are behind us and we are entering the latter months of the year. The evenings will start getting darker sooner and all talk of Halloween and Christmas will be rife before you know it.
If you’re looking for an effective way to improve your golf game from the comfort of your own home, installing a golf simulator system is a great option. However, being such a large investment, it’s imperative to do your homework in advance of deciding to purchase one.
Golf simulator cabins are becoming the new building to have in the garden. Offering multiple usage as either a golf simulator studio, yoga room, gym, movie room and office its easy to justify the space in a garden that isn't used for 6 months of the year during the winter but has a usage all year round for summer relaxation as a garden bar for example.
While the coronavirus pandemic may have been the talk of the town over recent months, climate change remains a huge issue in need of addressing. From making more effort to recycle to investing in a smart home, it falls on each of our shoulders to play our part in combatting the threat of climate change and taking the time to all live more sustainably.
As a sport, golf has long had a synonymous connection with the world of business, frequently being used to garner and improve client relationships. But, have you ever stopped to ask why this is the case? Well, in this article, we are here to answer this question and more.
With the weather finally brightening up a bit and the lockdown restrictions becoming gradually looser, now is the ideal time to start thinking about how to get your garden ready for the summer. And, rather than investing in the traditional barbecue, bunting and fire pit garden design, why not utilise your love of golf instead? That way, you can create an outdoor space that is just as purposeful as it is practical, giving you the opportunity to improve your golf game without needing to head to your local course or driving range.
With golf courses around the UK due to open again from the end of the month, it's time to get back in the swing of things and get your golf game back on track. The last thing you should want, after all, is to come out from months of lockdown solitude to find that your golfing prowess has dwindled.