A trip to the local golf course may seem like a distant dream for many of us, with the nation being plunged into lockdown once again in a bid to battle the spread of Covid, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make preparations ahead of our glorious return to the green.
Now, the chances are that you’re not going to be able to practice your drive in your back garden, so your technique will likely be a bit rusty when you do get back to the clubhouse meaning a new set of clubs could be the difference between a successful return or a total flop. Thankfully, the guys at Caley Golf have got your back.
Founded by Ryan Atha, a young Scottish entrepreneur and avid golfer himself, Caley (pronounced CAH-LAY) takes its name from the name the Romans gave Scotland, Caledonia, a subtle nod to golf’s birthplace and heritage but also its reputation for a very inclusive and accessible approach to the game. They believe that it shouldn’t be expensive or complicated to buy new golf clubs, a message we can all definitely get behind, and they stick to that mantra by providing great looking, top quality clubs at affordable prices.
The quality is sensational for such low prices. The Caley irons, for example, offer the newest in game improvement technology, whilst maintaining the clean, classic aesthetic of a player's muscle back iron. The wedges, on the other hand, were designed with the most aggressive grooves allowed by golf's governing bodies so your shots will stick where you put them on the green.
These guys know their stuff when it comes to golf, and no matter your handicap, whether you're a total novice or a grizzled veteran of the green, with a no nonsense attitude and affordable prices, Caley’s golf clubs are ideal for your next trip to the course, whenever that may be.
You can find out more about Caley Golf and their excellent range on their website. For your chance to get your hands on a stunning Caley wedge set and blade putter worth £250, check out our competition over on Twitter.