Wise tips for beginners
Golf is a game for the strong in spirit. To achieve high results in this sport, you need to have endurance, patience and determination. It is not enough just to…

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Playing on the field and indoors. Is there a big difference?
You can only make a decision in favor of a particular way of playing by comparing all the nuances inherent in each of them. However, let's start with what unites…

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How to clean a Golf club
After the day's swings, chips, and putts, your clubs probably won't look good. And one of the tricks of Golf is their correct and timely cleaning. Not only will your…

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Golf for the blind

Golf for the blind is strictly regulated by the rules of the Royal and Ancient Golf club, St. 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 of a blind golfer to be near him on the stroke line without penalty. Each player has a sighted coach / assistant describing the position of the hole, helping with the selection of the putter, and ensuring that the head of the putter is directly behind the ball. After all the necessary instructions, the blind golfer strikes.

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

General concepts of etiquette in Golf
Etiquette is an extremely important part of the game of Golf. The etiquette that golfers observe in relation to each other on the course is one of the distinctive features…

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10 unique mini-Golf courses in history
10 unique mini Golf courses-Golf is not just miniature Golf. Of course, this is what the name implies, but a few rounds of mini Golf can be something much more…

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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 at the Ladies ' club of St Andrews. At that time,…

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20 unspoken laws of Golf
LAW # 1: no matter how bad Your last blow is, the worst is yet to come. This law does not end on the 18th hole, because it has an…

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