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
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
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 a trim when falling to the ground will not roll on, and almost immediately stop. A few tips on how to spin the ball.
Explore the grass.
Make sure the grass is short enough. High grass will interfere with the spin of the ball.
Pick a ball.
Give preference to the ball with a soft coating. The ball with a hard coating are more difficult to tweak. Continue reading