Trip Gear Reports

Stewart Golf R1-S Push Trolley

17/01/2018 by .

Manual trolleys have a deeply unfair rep in my opinion. While all the clubhouse talk is focussed on the latest electric models and battery life, the faithful manual trolley is something of a hermit, often lying cold and alone in the trolley shed. Yet these workhorses still do their rounds come rain and shine. And generally without a single moan.

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Mizuno Aerolite Golf Bag. It’s such a lightweight

The humble golf bag has always been a loyal servant and the Mizuuno Aerolite may be a lightweight, but it’s a heavyweight champion as far as I’m concerned.

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Jackets for anywhere

These two jackets represent both extremes. Pack both of them and with these jackets for anywhere, you’re ready to deal with almost anything.

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Footwear for Anywhere

I’m always looking for footwear for anywhere, footwear that can function as casual around-town shoes and also be capable of withstanding the odd off-road ramble. They need to be lightweight, waterproof, and be able to provide a sure enough grip on muddy tracks. These two fit all these criteria.

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Carluccio’s gift boxes get a longer life

For those of you still searching for a late seasonal gift do not despair, there is still time as Carluccio’s gift boxes are now available throughout the year!

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Ian Poulter golf clothing. It’s like playing naked.

Some wise soul once remarked, “if you look a good golfer then that’s half the job done” and perhaps there is some element of truth there. There’s many a time I’ve strode to the first tee and felt a little uncomfortable; perhaps my sweater too constricting or my trousers heavy. Just something else to get in the way of a decent swing. Ian Poulter golf clothing will put paid to any doubts you may have about your apparel because quite frankly these clothes are so light, it’s like playing naked golf.

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Real Handful Trail Snacks

It is always a dilemma for hikers when it comes to taking energy boosts. Do you just rely on sugar and carb filled packet snacks or try and find something more healthy and nutritious? It was just this issue which prompted Carly and Joe to go into the business of producing Real Handful Trail Snacks.

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