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Stand Bag - Stand bags are carried around the course on your shoulder. These types of bags generally have legs that drop down and the bags stand on. They are specifically designed with carrying harness and padding to make carrying the bags around the course comfortable.

Cart Bag - Cart bags are designed to be placed on either a push or pull hand cart. These type of bags are designed such that they sit on a cart and the pockets etc.... are all correctly aligned for ease of use.

Travel Bags - A travel bag can be a golf bag or golf bag fits within the travel bag, either way these bags are neatly tucked into a signle bundle. This type of lugguage is generally used to travel through airports and on vacations etc... when you need to have your entire golfing set locked within a single bundle.

Golf Accessory
Golf accessory market is a very large market into itself. What everyone considers to be an accessory differs from golfer to golfer. An accessory could be any of the following :-
  • Ball Retrievers
  • Divot Tools
  • Duffel Bags
  • Footwear Accessories
  • General Accessories
  • Golfing Cart Accessory
  • Golfer Hand Bags
  • Golfer Shoe Bags
  • Headcovers
  • Range Finders/Golfer Scopes
  • Spike Wrenches
  • Spikes
  • Tees
  • Towels
  • Travel Duffel Bags
  • Two-Way Radios
  • Umbrellas

The list of available accessory is more or less endless. Some will suit different people and different conditions (where you play), than what will suit others. One useful accessory is a few foriegn coins to use as ball markers.

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Clubs were not always known by numbers, but instead had traditional names. The use of the traditional names started to die out when clubs were mass produced with iron shafts. This uniformity among clubs soon ushered in the use of numbers instead of the old names.
Driving Iron (cleek)No 1 or 2 iron
BrassieNo 2 wood
MashieNo 5 iron
SpoonNo 3 or 4 wood
Spade MashieNo 7 iron
Pitching NiblickNo 8 iron
Mashie IronNo 4 iron
NiblickNo 9 iron

gallery - The term gallery in reference to spectators originated in England, where the balconies in theaters are known by this name.

links - This term for a course comes from the Old English for "rising ground". Linksland is a word applied to dunes that are found along the seashore. Originally a golf links course referred to one found by the seashore, but now its used on all courses.