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…

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India. Golf with obstacles
If at the mention of India, you have the idea that there sings and dances everything that by definition can not do it, believe me, this extraordinary country is fraught…

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General concepts of etiquette in Golf
Etiquette is an extremely important part of the game of Golf. The etiquette that golfers observe towards each other on the course is one of the hallmarks of Golf. But…

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General concepts of etiquette in Golf

Etiquette is an extremely important part of the game of Golf. The etiquette that golfers observe towards each other on the course is one of the hallmarks of Golf. But what is etiquette?

Etiquette has a direct bearing on manners. Whether it’s behavior at the dinner table, at school, in the family or at the cinema with friends, etiquette is always important. Through politeness, we show others that we respect and appreciate them.

Golf is a game that requires a lot of concentration. And it will be difficult to putt or get into a narrow fairway with tee if someone nearby is laughing, making noise, swinging a stick, handing out their business cards or running around tee or green. Continue reading

GAME FORMAT
There are two main game formats in Golf-match play and stroke play. The first is a match in which the basis of scoring are the holes, and the second –…

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How to spin the ball
Trimming the ball gives it a reverse spin. A clipped shot will give the ball a high trajectory and allow it to fly a longer distance. Also, the ball with…

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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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Golf lessons and techniques
Lesson 1. How to hold a stick The basis of the technique of Golf is the contact of the hand with the club (grip or grip). The right grip will…

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