Ping Golf Clubs

Don’t drag your Ping Golf Clubs on holiday with you. Why give yourself the extra stress.

Ping Golf Clubs at Blue Sky Golf Hire

Blue Sky Golf Rentals are specialists in delivering golf equipment direct to your accommodation whilst you are golfing abroad. They have first class golf equipment from top suppliers such as Taylor Made, Titleist, PING, Mizuno, Wilson and Powakaddy.

Golf Club Hire From Blue Sky Golf Rental

Best to Buy? Ping Golf Clubs: A company known for its irons and putters in particular, and offering a full line of products and services.

Best to Buy? Gary in Tucson rated Pinemeadow Golf Clubs – I bought the Pre standard putter about 8 months ago and loved it from the start. After the PGA decided to go against the anchored/long putter ban, I went back to my long putter, but still love the Pre head. I’m now looking at getting a Pre belly putter. I really like the PM products. I also have the Command W7 3, 4, and 5 hybrids and love the feel and playability of them as well. Need a little more time getting used to them as they are heavier than my previous hybrids (Taylormade Rescue (Taylormade Golf Clubs) and a Ping #5 hybrid(Ping Golf Clubs.)

From Jack Montgomeries book The Real Tenerife: Step back from the coastal resorts and you’re stepping back in time to a way of life that still holds family values as closely as it holds its Catholic beliefs, where Lent begins with the wild exuberance of Carnaval; where Easter is the most sacred and solemn of holidays; where Sundays are for mass and for spending with family and where the Church is a part of everyday life and its plaza the venue for evening socialising and local fiestas.

From Jack Montgomeries book The Real Tenerife: Tenerife’s development was taking place at the same time as the world map was being re-drawn. Columbus had sailed past Tenerife on his voyage of 1492, unable to land due to the savages who inhabited the, as yet unconquered, island. With the discovery of the New World came a vast new trading market for which Tenerife was perfectly placed as the stepping stone between Europe and the Americas. In a frontier society where silk, spices, gold, fine art and slaves were being exchanged, fortunes were out to be made…and stolen, and Tenerife became a magnet for merchants, artisans, clerical orders, nobility and pirates.

From Jack Montgomeries book The Real Tenerife: Men are particularly prone to dropping practically all their vowel sounds and running everything together like a blockage on a conveyor belt making comprehension virtually impossible, even amongst themselves. If you listen in to two elderly gents having a conversation, you’ll find that a good proportion of it is spent in each clarifying exactly what the other is saying.

From Jack Montgomeries book The Real Tenerife: Eating habits are much the same as in the rest of Spain, the main meal being taken in the afternoon, followed by a siesta. Apart from those in purpose-built tourist resorts and in modern shopping centres, most shops shut between 13.30 and 16.30 and even the capital, Santa Cruz, is eerily quiet during these hours.