Are we really a nation of dog lovers?Written by paul green
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general public and a small minority of owners and trainers use them only for one thing, gambling. Only when these animals have given their best, they are put to sleep, and then younger greyhounds take their place only to endure same fate, as previous greyhounds before them. For this reason I have written a book on subject and this will be out mid- August. You can pre order this e-book at. http://www.greyhoundreacingexposed.com It tells you what I have seen throughout my racing days, how bookmakers never loose. It will help prospective owners what to look for when purchasing a greyhound. I hold nothing back and tell all. I am not worried if I upset or offend anyone. The book may shock some people. The governing bodies do a very good job but its not enough. Too many things are hidden from them. For this reason I hope I can highlight problem we have and maybe change things around. There are over 10,000 greyhounds registered in UK every year. What happens to thousands that leave sport?
Thank you for taking time to read this article
I am a 49 year old man who now works on the internet and looks after 14 greyhounds
Beginners Guide to Buying a Set of Golf ClubsWritten by Jason Griffin
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Now that you have decided on purchasing new clubs, next option is buying a complete set or putting one together. Putting a set together yourself will be more expensive option over buying a complete set. Also, getting a complete set takes much of hassle and intimidation out of decision making process.
As a beginner, you should buy a complete starter set. This will usually include a Driver, 3 wood, 5 wood, 3 thru 9 irons, a pitching wedge and a putter. Some may even include a sand wedge and a golf bag. This is only 11 or 12 clubs you say! What else should I get? Don't worry about this now. As you improve then you can think about adding another wedge, a 2 iron or a hybrid of some sort. Until then you are just wasting your money. You would be better off spending your coin on some lessons and improving your swing. Remember, expensive clubs won't help you play any better. Why spend $300.00 on a Driver when you can spend less than that and get everything you need to play except golf balls in one package. A complete set is a great way to save some money in beginning, since you're going to be spending enough cash replacing a lot of those lost golf balls.
About the Author: Jason Griffin is a regular golfer who loves playing golf and helping other golfers, hackers and weekend players get more enjoyment out of the game. He is the creator of Guide to Golf Equipment - Your Information Source for Equipment Used for Golf. (http://www.guidetogolfequipment.com)