A golf club may be the ideal place to relax after a long day of work, but it’s the quiet time spent in a quiet, secluded place that’s the real key.
And now, there are a host of golf clubs that offer a similar experience for the office, but they’re not just sitting in the corner.
Here are 10 golf clubs to consider.
Golfers in offices: Here at the Office, we’re obsessed with office furniture.
We know that a good office chair is essential for getting work done and we’re always looking for a way to bring our workspace into the office.
But we also know that office chairs can be a pain in the ass to get in and out of.
And while the office chair might seem like a hassle to install, it’s not.
A chair can sit on the ground and is usually not much more than a piece of cardboard.
It’s also often difficult to get it into and out without the help of a specialised chairlift.
If you’re looking for the perfect office chair for your office, check out our guide to the best office chairs.
Golf: In an office, golf can be the perfect distraction.
Golf clubs are perfect for this, especially if you’re just starting to explore golf, and they can be used to hit the ball over a rough course.
And the best thing about golf clubs is that they’re lightweight and can be taken from a bag or suitcase.
It takes only a few minutes to set up a simple golf club and take it on a drive around your office.
Golfing at home: Golfing is also a great distraction, because it can give you a chance to relax, and even get out for a few hours.
Golf balls are relatively lightweight and easy to transport, and can easily be dropped off in your bag or carried to your office for an hour or two.
Golf Clubs for office use: Here’s the best part about golf: they’re cheap.
It costs around £25 to purchase a club for a single person, and it usually costs around half that amount for a family of four.
That means if you need to use the golf course, it might cost you just £1 per hour, or a little over £100.
But that’s only if you do it on the course yourself.
If not, it’ll be around £30 to take the course, and that’s not including the cost of the club itself, which is usually £5.
And because golf clubs can be dropped in and taken out of your bag, they’re more affordable too.
And if you can afford it, they are great for work-related distractions.
For example, if you want to use a golf course to run errands for your boss, or if you just want to enjoy the sight of a green while you play, you can go for the cheapest option.
But if you don’t have time to set aside a few extra hours, you could still find a better deal on golf clubs.
We’ve rounded up 10 of the best golf clubs for office users.