By Jon Tattersall
Monday, October 15, 2007

Twenty dollars is roughly the cost of a sleeve of balls and a glove — the two most common purchases at the check-in register before teeing off. Instead of opting for that day's bargains, follow Top 100 Teacher Jon Tattersall's buying tips for finding a glove that improves your control and a ball that maximizes your performance off the tee and around the greens.

Video: Tips for buying a new glove
Video: Tips for buying a new ball

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