Ping G15 Irons in Golf Bags
There go two guys, clubs draped over their shoulders, hustling across West 34th Street and into Pennsylvania Station. A teenager rides the subway on a summer weekday to a nine-hole course in the Box, trading his backpack for a golf bag for Ping G15 Irons. Farther downtown, members of a golf-focused fitness club enter a loft building in SoHo and receive instruction from P.G.A. professionals in a high-tech simulator.
Why are golfers in this city so noticeable Best Golf Clubs For Sale? It boils down to transportation and real estate, two of New Yorkers’ favorite topics. Because, really, in a city where 56 percent of households have no car, it takes a special determination to play a sport that calls for lugging a 25-pound bag of clubs, balls, shoes and who knows what else with you.
The need for roughly 125 acres of open space with Mizuno JPX 800 irons makes a Manhattan course impossible, and it’s only slightly easier to build a golf course in the other four boroughs. Most of the city’s 13 public courses, 11 of which are 18 holes, were built many decades ago; otherwise, they probably would not have been built at all.
To stand behind the first tee at Dyker Beach Golf Course with Mizuno MP 58 Irons in Brooklyn and observe the morning scene — the dew-covered fairways, chirping birds and lively cross section of humanity — is uplifting. Then you realize that the sun has barely risen, there are already dozens of people waiting to be called to the tee, and it’s taking about 40 minutes to play the first two holes.
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