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July 20, 2010


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And if you are a beginner, save money by hitting the driving range and playing on par 3 courses until you get better.

Golf is expensive if you want to get the most from the sport. Go ahead and give it a try, it's a great game. If you realize you have no hand eye coordination or can't even get the ball airborne though- do your wallet and everyone else on the course a favor and take up another hobby.

I've never played a round and don't plan to anytime soon. Going to the driving range is enough for me - I look plenty silly just doing that!

I do plan on getting my pilot's license one day which will cost me even more as the article mentioned.

There is always Disc Golf if you want something cheaper.

I second disc golf. Look at for a course near you - most courses are free, and you can get started with about $10 in equipment.

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