Thursday, July 19, 2007

Gerald goes green

What do you think when you see the title above? He he he.... Green got lots of meaning such as green with envy which is not very positive. Greens also means vegetables which is my hubby's favourite (mine too). Greens means go if you have a car and on the road..... but the green here is not all the above....

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he's into golf... and it's such an expensive sports to take up. However, he found a very good way in trimming his way into golf..... He he... he buy used golf balls when he's just practising and I find it very practical (you will never know when your ball will falls into ponds, swamps or just dissapear *LOL*) . So, for those beginners, try not to spend too much on the golf balls until you perfet your swing ; )

2 comments:

gerald said...
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gerald said...

golf nowadays is not as expensive as before. for you guys and gals who wants to take it up, you need a start up capital of RM1800 (if you're not sure), RM2500 (golf is my life), or RM5000++ (die hard golfer). the membership for 1 year offered by credit cards' the best. they are cheap and you can play in a number of courses around the country. memberships cost between RM700 - RM1200pa. the rest is equipment cost i.e. shoes, golf set, golf balls & cloths. green fees are usually included in the membership and you only pay the buggie (golf cart) fees (RM40-60) for 2. so don't be shy if you loose 30 balls in your first game (which i did). it's a gentlemen's game. nobody will laugh at you. just enjoy the game.