We normally receive new merchandise in the spring, summer, and winter to match the differences in weather and styles to go along with it.
We carry a wide selection of women's tennis apparel manufacturers like: Fila, Tail, Bloq UV, Queen of Court, Pickleball Bella, Dona Jo, Dennis Cronwall, Lucky in Love, Adidas, New Balance, Asics, Nike, Adidas, Sofibella, Inphorm, Cross Court, Bolle, Garb Inc, and more.
We carry women's clothing from the following brands and more Jamie Sadock, J.Lindeberg, Kinona Sport, Daily Sports, SanSoleil, Lucky in Love, Tail, Puma, EP New York, Adidas, Bette & Court, Redbelly Active, Nivo, Sport Haley, Greg Norman, Callaway, Swing Dish, IBKUL, Clover by Bobby Jones, Swing Control, Bermuda Sands, Jofit, Slim Sation by Sport [...]
When working with documents, such as receipts, vouchers, slips, memos, purchase orders, and transfer orders, several additional fields become available. These fields start off with the word "DOC" and mean that the information pertains to the current document only and not the inventory. For example: the DOC PRICE field stores the item price for [...]
If you are an avid golfer, a good rule of thumb is to change them every 12-15 rounds. The less you play and the wiser you are about not walking on hard surfaces that may damage the spikes like (concrete, pavement, asphalt, etc) the longer they will last. If you only play a few times [...]
Spikeless golf shoes generally last about a two to three years depending on the frequency of use and the conditions you are in. Keep in mind the more you use your spikeless golf shoes off the course the more they will wear out - as concrete, asphalt and other hard surfaces tend be to more [...]
First decide if you prefer to wear Spiked or Spikeless golf shoes. Spiked golf shoes generally have plastic replaceable spikes at the bottom of the soles which can be replaced when they wear out. And spikeless golf shoes have rubber ribbed or "spiked" soles that mimic spike grips and can be used as exclusive off [...]
Regular golf gloves are designed for players who have "proportional hands", as opposed to cadet golf gloves which are designed for hand sizes that have relatively short fingers and wide palms. When compared side-by-side, cadet golf gloves should be wider and shorter.
Size, hand, and desired features play a part in figuring out which golf glove is right for you. Firstly, most golf players traditionally wear a glove on their weak hand. So if you are right handed you would wear the glove on your left hand and visa versa. Next, you should determine the right size [...]
The main reason to wear a golf glove is to improve ones grip. A golf glove provides a better textured surface from the glove to the club, and creates more friction from the hand to the glove, to help prevent the club from turning in a players hand. In warmer or more humid climates, a [...]