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Q&A: Would you want golf equipment in the winter?

Question by Linda: Would you want golf equipment in the winter?
My boyfriend is about to graduate from college and I was going to give him a Callaway golf bag. He’s been wanting one, so I thought it’s be a great grad present and a thoughtful suprise. Then in casual conversation, he tells me that he wont be playing golf for a few months when winter is over. I didn’t think about that. Would you still want a present that you couldn’t even enjoy for at least 3 months?? Are there indoor golf areas that I could get him gift passes for or something like that? Give me your opinions, please!
He just doesn’t want to get out in the cold. I checked, we have no indoor driving ranges. We’re in Northern Mississippi so most people suck it up and go outside, it’s not that cold. He’s a baby sometimes!

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Answer by hogan7ho
I want would want a golf bag anytime of the year. I would say buy it.

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How many acres of land would you require to build a 15 slot golf driving range?

Question by writermiguel: How many acres of land would you require to build a 15 slot golf driving range?
I’m interested in the acreage of any golf driving range, thank you

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Answer by Dakota P.
15=bad just 1 acre each no room for clubhouse 35=good then you have room for driving range and club house

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How much would a personal golf cart from New England Golf Cart cost?

Question by ajc: How much would a personal golf cart from New England Golf Cart cost?
I really want a golf cart but i want to know how much they are and I would like to know which ones you reccomend. I don’t know if i want a gas or an electric one so that will help if you have any tips too.
Thanks.

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Answer by Selphie
Hi there..

Golf carts are usually divided into types based on how they are powered, and the cost of purchasing and maintaining them varies by type. Electric golf carts are fine for golfers who will use their carts only on the golf course. Those using their golf carts in more all-terrain environments, at construction sites, or during camping or skeet shooting trips will probably want a gas powered golf cart as it can handle varying terrain and long distances better.

The price of golf carts also depends on whether you are buying a new or a used golf cart. A used golf cart can usually be purchased for half the price of a brand new one. This means you could save as much as $ 2,500 on a used electric golf cart and upwards of $ 3,500 on a gas powered golf cart.

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