Mini Golf was invented for women!
Playing mini Golf is much older than you think. The very first mini-Golf course was built back in 1867 in the Ladies ' club of St. Andrews. At that time,…

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Thailand. Exotic Golf
Thailand – a country known not only for its fabulous exotic, but also numerous Golf courses: there are about 250. The country rightfully received the title of nice Golf. Famous…

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GOLF CLUBS: FEATURES AND TYPES
A few decades ago, a golfer, preparing for the game, collected a weighty bag. He took at least 25 clubs with him on the field. Later, a rule was introduced,…

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20 unwritten laws of Golf

LAW # 1: no matter how bad Your final blow, the worst is yet to come. This law doesn’t stop on the 18th hole because it has a supernatural tendency to extend to the entire tournament, the season, and ultimately the rest of life.

LAW # 2: your best game of Golf will follow immediately after the worst in Your life. The probability of this is directly proportional to the number of people You have told about your failure.

ACT No. 3: Brand new Golf balls are hydro-magnetic. Although this cannot be proven in the laboratory, it is a well – known fact-the higher the cost of a Golf ball, the more it is drawn to the water.

LAW # 4: a Golf Ball never bounces off a tree back into the game. If such a thing happened, then this tree violates the law of the universe, and it must be immediately cut down. Continue reading

Coward doesn’t play Golf. Ice the contest.

“A coward does not play Golf” -this is how the familiar phrase can now sound in a new way. And all because to play Golf on ice under force only to those who are not afraid of a scorching icy wind and a meeting with the main rivals – polar bears.

Golf on ice is a relatively young phenomenon. The first Amateur championship in this unique sport was held in 1984 in Minnesota. To date, the game has thousands of fans around the world.

Since 1997, ice Golf Championships have been held annually in Greenland, on the island of Umanak, 560 km from the Arctic circle. As the fields were Greenland fjords-large ice fields, which drilled 36 holes (stroke-play) with the expectation of 2 days of play. Is white the ice was marked hardy red paint. The main obstacles for players were icebergs and snowy hills. Continue reading

HOLES OF DIFFERENT NEEDS: WHAT IS STEAM AND WHAT IT EATS?
Beginners on the Golf course are often lost, hearing from a partner incomprehensible word "steam". Why is a Golf hole marked "par-3" or "par-4" if you can just have fun?…

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Japan. Golf-samurai
Master the art of ikebana and the skill of sword fighting, see the spectacular theater "Kabuki" and cherry blossoms... For this experience for countless years people from all over the…

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How Golf courses are created. Master class from Edwina Roald
Icelandic Golf architect Edwin Roald shared tips on the full cycle of Golf course construction. As Deputy Director of the Icelandic Golf Association, Roald was responsible for the renovation and…

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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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