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
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
Golf is one of the most popular sports. It is quite easy to learn and it will give You the opportunity to have a great time outdoors and meet new people.
Take a lesson… and better five! – You were probably at the training ground with your golfer friends and decided you wanted to play Golf, too.. right? It’s a great start. However, if You want to learn basic strokes, you need to take a lesson from a professional coach. Most decent Golf courses and training grounds have training staff and they usually have good deals for beginners and group classes. But first You will need an individual lesson to a professional briefly explained to You the basics such as grip, position, posture, and Mach technique. Continue reading