Your guide to golf on the cheap
Golf is one of those sports that seems to scream money. But if you're hankering to see how far you can hit that little white ball, or how many putts it takes to knock it into the hole, and can't or don't want to shell out a pile of cash, follow these cost-saving tips from the Nashua Telegraph.
"It's one of the most expensive sports to play. From $100 clubs to near triple-digit course fees, golf is usually not suited for those without a heavy wallet.
It doesn't cost anything to play a pick-up game of hoops at the local park or throw around a baseball with a couple buddies. Golf's different. In most cases, you have to pay to play, whether it is hitting a bucket of balls at the local driving range or playing a round at a nearby course..."