10 unique mini Golf courses in history
Mini Golf is not just miniature Golf. Sure, it follows from the name, but a few rounds of mini Golf can be something much more than just batting a ball…

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How to hold a Golf club
There are three main ways to hold a Golf club. Choose the most comfortable technique for yourself. Any of the following methods will help you increase the accuracy and range…

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RULES OF GOLF: WISDOM OF TRADITION AND GENTLEMANLY CHIC
If you have just started to learn Golf and do not yet know the rules, do not worry! The practical minimum coupled with club etiquette is usually stated on the…

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Golf for the blind

Golf for the blind is strictly governed by the rules of the Royal and Ancient Golf club, St Golf club. Andrews and the United States Golf Association. They issued a ” Modification of the rules of Golf for Golfers with Disabilities.” These rules allow the coach or assistant blind golfer to be near him on the line of impact without penalty. Each player has a sighted coach / assistant describing the position of the hole, helping with the selection of the club and ensuring that the head of the club is directly behind the ball. After all necessary directions blind golfer makes shot.

There are three categories of blind golfers depending on the degree of vision loss – B1, B2, B3. Continue reading

25 fun facts about Golf

Golf is one of the oldest sports in the world, so its history is rich and varied. Although there is debate about the origin of Golf, this game has undoubtedly left a deep imprint on modern society.

In memory of the past and present of Golf, we have compiled a list of the top 25 most unusual, frightening and just strange facts. Enjoy!

1) breaking stereotypes – Long before Annika Sorenstem’s participation in the Bank of Colonial America in 2003, babe Zeharias became the first – and only – female golfer to qualify for the flagship PGA professional men’s Golf tour with a score of 76 and 81 during the first two rounds at the Los Angeles Open In 1945. Continue reading

"Who doesn't like it on land." Golf on the water
It would seem that all that could surprise the architects in terms of original projects of Golf courses, have already surprised. In the most unexpected corners of the world found…

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Golf clothes in history
Today, men golfers prefer to wear Polo shirts with knitted collars paired with loose trousers or shorts. The head is covered with baseball caps or visors with logos of sponsors.…

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Lesson learned: playing in the wind
I love watching PGA Tour in Hawaii. Even though technically the season started a few months ago, I only now realized it. Be that as it may, another reason I…

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