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

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Weighting
Clubs with perimeter weighting have additional weight, which is distributed along the outer edge of the front surface of the club – on the sole and toe. This additional weighting…

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

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25 fun facts about Golf

Golf is one of the oldest sports in the world, so its history is rich and varied. Although there are disputes 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 simply 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 PGA’s flagship professional men’s Golf tour with scores of 76 and 81 during the first two rounds at the Los Angeles Open In 1945. Continue reading

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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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…

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Green spaces
The landscaping project can be implemented at the request of the customer. Existing vegetation is removed and other plant species are planted. However, choosing a site with natural vegetation included…

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Golf clothing in history
Today, male golfers prefer to wear Polo shirts with knitted collars paired with loose trousers or shorts. The head is covered with baseball caps or visors with the logos of…

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