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Mui Ne Golf Travel

Ten years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. The ocean stirs the heart, inspires the imagination and brings eternal joy to the soul. Spend your life in traveling not by working and you should never lose any moments in your life that you can enjoy. There is always a chance in life and don’t forget to grab it, you will lose half of your life if you cannot see this wonderful place.

  • Are you into spending your life on a beach?
  • Loving the heat of the sun?

Well, this is for you!

Mui Ne Beach, this beach is actually in the village of Ham Tien in Vietnam to add confusion the beach is district part of Phan Thiet City. Mui Ne Beach is known to be a kite surfer’s paradise, it is competing with the summer island named “Boracay” in the Philippines. It draws a wind sports from around the world due to its consistent cross onshore wind. Mui Ne Beach was able to develop their reputation and detractors. Choose a tour to Mui ne here!

With this said development, the tourist strip is gaudy and soulless.

This beach is extremely popular for Russian tourists, it is also dubbed and called the “Russian Town”. The sad part about this beach there is no scuba-diving nor snorkeling but it is wide open for surfers, Surf up from August to December, for wind-surfers the gales blow during October to late April.

Mui Ne Beach still catches a little bit of rain because of Phan Thiet, but the sand dunes help to protect its unique microclimate. The rainy season starts in June to September it’s not really long time and after that months you can surely go back to water sports! So what are the other activities you can do if you’re not into water sports?

You can rent a motorbike and explore Mui Ne proper and the fresh catch fishes out by the sea, you can take the bike to see the sand dunes. Are you into walking? You can go hike and visit the nearby Fairy Spring, or hike up in Takou Mountain and its nature reserve, and lastly just enjoy the view in your room and wander along in the shore and feel the fresh winds. So how can you go to Mui Ne Beach?

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5 Best Practices for Traveling with Golf Clubs and Golf Rangefinder

In case you’re traveling with your golf clubs, you may know how painful it is to move around the airport with your bag and to take your golf clubs to the golf course. There’re 3 primary choices for you to choose from if you’re traveling to different places to golfing and a handy set of clubs will be necessary too.

  • Carrying your clubs on the flight with you.
  • Shipping your clubs through a service such as Ship sticks or FedEx.
  • Use rented clubs so no need to carry them.

And want to make your golf game more comfortable and easy, carrying along one of the following laser rangefinders will be helpful. But it is advisable for your budget to look for the best golf laser rangefinder under 200$.

1. Golf Rangefinder

So we together look at some of best golf rangefinders that are affordable. It is much easier and comfortable to play golf with this kind of equipment. It not only improve your game performance but also helps you get the most of your game.

Tectectec VPRO500

This brand of laser rangefinder can measure around 540 years with the scan mode. It features a pin sensor tech and the water-resistant ability. It offers fast measurement that is one-yard accuracy that can offer accurate measurements for some overlapping subjects such as hazards, woody areas, and golf flags.

The lens is very visible with the multilayered optics as welas data that’s easy to understand. The device’s lens could prevent distance and the battery meter as well as could also indicate the measurement mode that is continuous.

It’s high light and portable with this device weighing 185grams and 104mm x 72mm x 41 mm in size. The ability to resist water will make it useful to hunt, golf, or even survey. This device comes with the matching case as well as a lanyard that is easy to use, the battery strap as well as the cleaning cloth.

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Travel from Mekong Delta to Phnom Penh city

After spending time in the historic city of Mekong Delta, going to Phnom Penh Cambodia is a splendid idea to continue your adventure. Phnom Penh Cambodia is also a place that is worth visiting for.

The Mekong Delta has been placed at the center of Saigon and Cambodia. With the help of our Mekong delta tours, you can travel Phnom Penh or Angkor Wat from Saigon, or from Cambodia to Vietnam. The routes can be covered using cruise boat and overland to explore and enjoy the excellent scenery along the way to Mekong Delta or vise Versa. Each tour comes with different lengths, and all of them come with an overnight trip with one of the most beautiful river cruisers.

In traveling from Mekong Delta to Phnom Penh, there are lots of eye-catching views to see. You can appreciate and feel the beauty of the attraction as you pass by riding in a boat. These tourist attractions are very popular and also comes with historical facts that play a vital role in Vietnam history. The historical facts are perfect for all types of ages, but it is an educational information for your kids who probably learning their history of different countries.

As you travel from Mekong Delta down to Phnom Penh, you will see lots of beautiful tourist attraction. I guarantee you that you would love to capture each tourist attraction and consider this as one of the best souvenirs in your vacation. Aside from that, you will experience shopping in the floating market. The products will surely amaze you since they produce a unique stuff that is being sold exclusively in their country.

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Avoid Boggy Vacation When Having Golf Travel

It is a nightmare to have a holiday that you lack some important things for a golf travel such as professional cameras for many creative photos, wrong brochures, etc. When you have landed, you cannot come back to put these things on your suitcases again.

The only solution to solve is to fix the mistakes that you have already been undertaken. So, we will help you to tackle some issues like these by recommending a few useful golf travel tips. Take ahead!

Receive unbiased advice

There are two major recommendations about a golf travel break – one with a related interest and one without having it. If your mate tells you that it is probably a low-quality course, then it will happen.

Using a golf tour is a good idea when you do not know some courses. However, you should check the frequency of the course before booking a tour. Some golfers also build a good relationship with a golf tour operator as they will select a high-quality course and save much money at the same time.  

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The eclipse

The first time I played golf was the afternoon of the partial eclipse in Nashville, Tennessee. I had just returned from school with my degree, and my father chose to acknowledge my maturity by standing me drinks at the close of our nine-hole round.

My golf game is a loss of memory, a stroke sliced so far wide, my eye can’t follow; I hear the pond gulp. But I remember the one o’clock eclipse, how when I stepped from the house the clear sky unexpectedly darkened. The air turned cool in the animal silence.

And I noticed under the tall shrubs where shadows of the oval leaves met and parted, a thousand dancing moon-shaped suns shifting and dividing as the air shuffled the stiff leaves and a thousand foci blinked and stared. I called the others out to show them.

Moments after the display had vanished, I remember I remained entranced. I saw eclipses everywhere. My car eclipsed the family car, the house across the street eclipsed the hill that stood above it, tall irises eclipsed the box, and every object rose to obscure another.

My father joined me carrying his clubs, and we went. But on the way, all buildings, cars, trucks, signs, and trees, held orbits that met and overlapped. The golf swing, too, caused an eclipse, and the sinking ball eclipsed the cup. Nothing seemed safe, that afternoon, from apparent loss.

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How Golf Ball Are Made ? The Core War

The Core War

In the design and engineering of the golf ball, the chief considerations are the core, cover, and dimples. The cores it the source of energy and differences in its construction affect many important performance characteristics: spin rate for control, initial velocity for distance, and compression for “feel.”

Primary core constructions are solid (two pieces) and wound (three pieces). A two-piece ball consists of a solid rubber core with a durable thermoplastic (ionomer resin) cover. The three-piece ball consists of a smaller solid rubber or liquid-filled center with rubber thread wound around it under tension, and an ionomer or balata rubber cover. The solid center gets an ionomer cover and the liquid center a balata cover. With its larger solid core, a two-piece ball generally travels father than a three=piece wound ball, particularly on the roll (more than the airborne carry). Golf ball design and production involve tradeoffs, however, and the extra yards usually come at the expense of control and feel.

Nonetheless, the extra distance and tougher covers have resulted in two-piece balls now making up 70% of all golf ball production. Spalding champions two-piece balls, which it introduced in 1968 and which is all it produces. Titleist dominates in three-piece balls, the choice of most touring pros and other expert golfers. This year it joined the two-piece trend with its new HCV ball. The company already had been making the Pinnacle brand two-piece ball.

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Play a round: get goofy in the wacky world of mini-golf courses

Miniature golf has gone in and out of style more times than blue and orange plaid golf pants.

If you weren’t playing goofy golf in the 1920’s and 50’s, you were as uncool as a square golf ball. Other years, people would have rather been hit on the head with a putter than caught at a mini-golf course.

Today, miniature golf is back.

Where else can you hit a golf ball into a crocodile’s stomach and not get eaten yourself?. Or enter an eerie cave and not worry about attacks from humongous snakes?

Nowhere else, and that’s part of the easy to learn sport’s fun.

“Mini-golf has themes that keep anyone from age 8 to 80 interested,” says 16 year old putting fan Kevin Carlyle, an Eagle Scout with Troop 374 in Liberty, Mo.

Those themes are becoming more realistic every day. Course owners practically have to feed the computerized animals and water the artificial turf!

Another World

Ever wanted to vacation in the Australian outback? Explore a haunted cemetery? How about becoming a part of a movie?

Builders of miniature golf courses think you have. That’s why “theming,” where each hole relates to the subject of the entire course, has become the way the ball bounces.

Take Fantasia Gardens at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. One hole has an electronic mushroom popping out of it. Another: musical notes you have to maneuver around, just like the crazy world in the classic movie “Fantasia.”

Then there’s Boomer’s Family Entertainment Center in Boca Raton, Fla. The creaky Australian mine shafts and cave paintings take you on a goofy golf walk about Down Under.

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Golfing fantasy world

Last week, I really felt that I had arrived. The world recognized me as a man of substance. Doors were opening – the high life was mine for the taking.

I had received junk mail of an altogether higher class than usual. No gaudy, get-rich-quick or save-money offers, just a discreet address in the bottom left-hand corner of the envelope and, inside, the opportunity of a lifetime. The letter was headed with a gold-embossed eagle. I was not invited to buy a timeshare, but seasonal ownership at Gleneagles.

The same postbag offered appropriate transport to my new holiday home. All I had to do to land my Jaguar car was fill in a questionnaire (oh, and just happen to win a prize draw).

My usual response is to snort and add such offers to the recycling box. However, I could not just throw away photographs of Gleneagles – the moors, the lochs, the imposing turrets of the hotel itself, flag flying on the eighth hole, lumps of meat, bathroom taps (why taps?), women having massages.

All were mine for the taking. There was an offer to go for an inspection visit: one night’s dinner, bed and breakfast, and all for no more than I would usually spend on renting a cottage for a week.

Living the good life

I owe my suspicious nature to my Scottish heritage. I had to check that the rate was per room, not per person. Mercifully, I heard an answering machine and declined to leave my number. They called back, anyway, just a few minutes later. I put the receiver down half an hour later, poured myself a dram, and ruminated on the good life that I was clearly living.

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