Golf Navigator for Sale Online

Practice definitely makes perfect but that doesn’t mean you have to ignore the gadgets available to help you get that competitive edge in playing golf. The Garmin Approach S1 Golf GPS Watch can help strengthen your golf game in many ways. It is a golf navigator for sale online. You can use it as your golf GPS and since the Approach S1 is the first full-featured sports watch for golf, it can be used as a stylish fashion accessory as well. Compared to other gadgets used as golf GPS, the Garmin Approach S1 comes in very handy combining a light-weight sports watch and a high-sensitivity GPS receiver in one.

The Garmin Approach S1 comes in preloaded with over 15,000 U.S. and Canadian course maps with no subscriptions or setup fees required. Through its 64 x 32 LCD display, it is very convenient to check your individual shot distances that you have recorded. It also has a built-in odometer that can help you measure the distances you have walked on the course. You don’t have to worry about the legality of using the Garmin Approach S1 for your golf game because it complies with the USGA and R&A. It even has a rugged waterproof design so you can wear and use it under the heat of the sun or even if you feel like playing golf on rainy days.

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2011 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship Latest Updates

The World Golf Championships is globally sponsored by Accenture including the Accenture Match Play Championship. The 2011 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship latest updates reveal that this tournament will be held from February 23 to 27, 2011 at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club found in Dove Mountain at Marana, Arizona. This year’s competition pits the top 64 players in the world of gold with the winner taking home the Walter Hagen Cup. This particular golf tournament was first established in 1999 with a par record of 72. The total yardage for the Accenture Match Play Championship is set at 7,849. This particular tour includes the PGA European Tour as well as the Japan Golf Tour. The format is maintained at match play with a total championship purse of $8,500,000 or equivalent to 6,685,882 Euros. Speaking of money! The tournament score record is held by Tiger Woods which he set during the 2008 championships. Current champion though is Ian Poulter. Watch out for more 2011 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship latest updates to keep track of how these two great players are doing in the tournament.

During the 2010 world golf championships, play was temporarily halted on the account of darkness. The excitement for that particular stage was that only one hole was needed to decide who would be the other player that will enter the finals. Last year likewise marked the first time that two Europeans battled it out in the finals of the championship. The 2011 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship latest updates show that there is a possibility for a lot of record changes during this year’s event. What people are looking out for is if champion Ian Poulter can defend his title in this tournament. The Englishman believes that he needs to keep calm and maintain a good form in order to once again run away with the title. But he better prepare because there will be lots of great players who may rise to the occasion this year.

During the 2010 event, the seventh hole proved to be a pivotal one for Poulter. Once he took the lead, the rest was history. His countryman and teammate in the Ryder Cup, Casey, was defeated in 34 holes. For Poulter’s efforts he was awarded $1.4 million as first prize. We’ll see if things will still be the same this year or will other golfers emerge to the top.

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2011 Asian Tour Avantha Masters Schedule and Latest Updates

The 2011 Asian Tour Avantha Masters schedule and latest updates confirmed that elite golfers of the region are indeed coming to strut their wares. The season opener tee off will be held in India next week. This particular golf tournament in the region is considered as one of the more prestigious ones in the circuit with prize money of approximately $2.3 million or roughly 1.8 million Euros. The schedule of the event will be from February 17 to 20, 2011 and will be held at the DLF Golf and Country Club. Defending champion Australian Andrew Dodt is expected to set the highest standards in an attempt to retain his crown. By all indications this is going to be a promising year for the Asian Tour which is comprised of a total of 26 tournaments in all. These tournaments are spread out along Asia and reaches as far as Switzerland. Golf players will be competing in these tournaments through the course of 12 months.

Based on the 2011 Asian Tour Avantha Masters schedule and latest updates, Jeev Milkha Singha, honorary member of the Asian Tour and twice awarded the Order of Merit will spearhead the events. All in all players would just want to keep themselves injury free in order to allow them to compete in all stages of the tour. According to Singha, he would not want a repeat of his 2010 career where he went stop and start, never really gaining any momentum to create a difference in the tournament. Frustration was the key word for him during that year and with a healthier body in 2011, he hopes to maintain his competitive edge.

Another face to watch is Thongchai Jaidee from Thailand who has won the Asian Tour Order of Merit award three times in the past. At present he holds the distinct record of having the most number of wins in the Asian Tour which is pegged at 13.

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The Gold Ball Nut

At Golf Ball Nut, they make every effort to go beyond your expectations when you purchase any of their products. You are guaranteed to get 100% costumer satisfaction and you can get your money back if you are not happy with your purchase. That is how good they are.

Their number one concern is to make their costumers happy. As the rule implies to almost every existing business, the customer should always come first. They also offer free shipment for purchases above $59.99. They offer New Golf Balls, Mint Golf Balls and they work hard to deliver the best Used Golf Balls in the industry.

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