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The key to playing in wet weather conditions is being well prepared.

A good quality set of waterproofs is essential and companies such as Galvin Green produce high quality waterproof clothing designed specifically around the movements required in the golf swing.
 
 
 
Ensuring that your grips remain dry is another vital part of wet weather play. Larger bags, such as tour bags or trolley bags are fairly waterproof, carry bags are less so. Fitting a bag cover before play is the best way to make sure everything remains dry.
 
 
Putting tip for wet weather
Remember, when the greens become wet they will be slower and the ball will break less on the slopes.

Keep this in mind when playing in wet conditions.
 
Good Golfing!

Peter Parks PGA