10 Best Golf Set To Buy

Updated on: September 2020

Best Golf Set To Buy in 2020


Cigar Ranger Cigar Holder for Golfers Set of 3 Cigar Holder for Golf Bag and Cart

Cigar Ranger Cigar Holder for Golfers Set of 3 Cigar Holder for Golf Bag and Cart
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Family Fun Day/Game Night

Family Fun Day/Game Night
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Driven Disc Golf Set - Innova Valk, ROC, and Aviar

Driven Disc Golf Set - Innova Valk, ROC, and Aviar
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • PERFECT DISC GOLF SET FOR BEGINNERS: designed by experienced disc golfers for new players. This GRAB-N-Go bundle is everything you need to get out and play disc golf. Note: Disc colors vary from set to set.
  • INCLUDES EASY-TO-THROW INNOVA DISCS: The Innova Aviar Putter - The #1 Putter in Disc Golf. The Roc - a straight-flying, midrange disc. The Valkyrie - an excellent distance driver for beginners.
  • INCLUDES 1025 SCORESHEETS - 1025 is a disc golf game designed to improve your putt. It is a FUN way to challenge yourself while improving your skills and increasing your confidence.
  • ADDED BONUS: includes a "Disc Flight Reference Card" and FREE "Driven Mini Disc" (mini discs vary in size from 2.5" to 6").
  • BUY NOW WITH CONFIDENCE: every Driven Disc Golf Set includes a 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE. Of course, we think that you will LOVE you new set, but if not just send it back within 30 days for a full refund.

Club Champ Junior DTP (Designed to Play) Golf Set for 46"-52" Height, Right Hand

Club Champ Junior DTP (Designed to Play) Golf Set for 46
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Includes driver with head cover, 7, 9 irons, putter and stand bag
  • Right hand only
  • Hassle free replacement policy

True Grit (2010)

True Grit (2010)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Swing Vote

Swing Vote
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

All American Bikini Car Wash

All American Bikini Car Wash
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Paddington Hits Out // Ranger Paddington // Paddington's Puzzle

Paddington Hits Out // Ranger Paddington // Paddington's Puzzle
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020

Godinger Cigar Whiskey Glass - Old Fashioned Whiskey Glass With Indented Cigar Rest

Godinger Cigar Whiskey Glass - Old Fashioned Whiskey Glass With Indented Cigar Rest
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Godinger double old fashioned whiskey glass tumbler and cigar rest in one.
  • Patented round shape makes it easy and comfortable to sip or hold your drink and cigar at the same time.
  • Perfect gift for cigar and whiskey lovers.
  • Handmade Lead Free Crystal - Capacity:12oz
  • Since 1973 Godinger has specialized in handcrafted silver, pewter, crystal, stainless, and alternative metal giftware. From candlesticks, barware, bakeware, tea sets and frames, you are sure to find the perfect item for any special occasion. Godinger products are available at all major retailers across the US and Canada.

Putt-A-Bout Grassroots Par Three Putting Green (9-feet x 3-feet)

Putt-A-Bout Grassroots Par Three Putting Green (9-feet x 3-feet)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Manufactured from PET resin
  • Manufactured in the USA
  • Kidney shaped practice putting green
  • High quality putting surface stays smooth
  • Built in sand trap cutouts catch missed shots
  • 3 practice cup cutouts
  • Measures 3 by 9 feet
  • Non skid backing

An Argument Against Women's Participation in the Masters

This paper is my opinion on women's participation in The Masters Golf Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club. I believe the club's guidelines should stay as they are.

Women can play rounds at the golf club during the season whenever the tournament is not being held; however, they have to be guests of a member. Also, they would actually be allowed to play in the golf tournament if they qualified for an invitation, but the requirements for this are seemingly impossible. They would have to win one of the other three major tournaments: PGA Championship, British Open, or U.S. Open (Masters). Women have played in other PGA events before, but this is by invitation only. Annika Sorenstam, Michelle Wie, and Babe Zaharias are the only women ever to accomplish this feat.

The "no-women allowed" policy was never really visited until 2003 when Martha Burk spoke out. She realized that there were no women among the 300 members, and organized a protest against Augusta National Golf Club and then-chairman Hootie Johnson. Burk's National Women's Council of Women's Organizations sent a letter to Johnson on June 12, 2003, protesting the club's membership policies (Augusta). She also suggested that the Masters should move to another golf club that allows women members. This letter was ultimately dismissed; with Johnson maintaining that Augusta National Golf Club membership matters were private.

Since the Augusta National Golf Club is a private entity, neither it nor the Masters has any affiliation with the PGA tour itself. This is something that obviously allows the club to make its own decisions. If the club does not want to allow women members, that is most definitely their right. Augusta National Golf Club is proud of their history and private nature, and they are allowed to keep it the way they want.

Augusta National Golf Club is not the only private entity in the world. There are things such as fraternities, sororities, and many other social clubs that have private membership. This golf club should not be singled out simply because it is on a larger scale.

Another thing to consider once again is the Martha Burk incident. She organized her protest in 2003, seventy years after the golf club opened (Privacy). No one had ever really thought about it before then. That seems to speak to the fact that it really is a non-issue. Burk got a little hotheaded because of some documents she read about the club not having women members, and then just decided she would lead a protest. There was much media interest in her situation in the months leading up to the Masters (Privacy). However, when the day of the protest came; she only had around forty people join her at the golf course (Augusta). Some dignitaries, such as Jesse Jackson, backed out on her at the last minute. These types of circumstance again show that the whole situation really is not a big deal. You never hear women on the LPGA tour talking about it; they are superstars in their own right and proud of what they do. Martha Burk created a short media buzz that fizzled out and really has not been revisited.

Augusta National Golf Club and the Masters tournament are both things that are a very rich part of the history of professional golf. These two entities are obviously separate, with one being a private golf club and the other being an actual tournament, but they are synonymous with each other. The private nature of the club gives it the power to do whatever it wants with its membership policies. "Males-only" is part of the rich history of this golf club. Women need not apply.

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