"Meet by clothes" or the unwritten dress code in Golf
There are no official documented rules regarding Golf attire to date. However, all who fall into the society of fans of this aristocratic game, still face certain foundations that prevail…

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How to succeed in mini Golf. Collection of tips
There is a saying that says, " Even God needs to practice making pitches." Mini Golf courses are one of the most interesting and exciting moments for the whole family.…

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Major tournaments in professional Golf
The development of Golf and its popularity began to grow rapidly since the founding of the British Association of professional golfers (in 1901). In America, such associations and societies began…

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Amazing facts about Golf

The speed of the Golf ball can reach up to 270 km / h.

In one of the Australian Golf clubs, there is a rule: if the ball hits a kangaroo, you can play on as if nothing happened.

Until the NINETEENTH century, Golf balls were made of leather and stuffed with feathers.

Every year in America, more than $ 600 million is spent on Golf balls.

For a beginner, the probability of hitting the hole the first time is 1 in 12000.

The United States Golf Association was founded in 1894. Continue reading

Golf lessons and techniques
Lesson 1. How to hold a stick The basis of the technique of playing Golf is the contact of the hand with the club (grip or grip). The correct grip…

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8 reasons why Golf is good for presidents
There are many reasons why it is useful for a President to go out on the Golf course, starting with the physical and emotional balance that Golf provides, and ending…

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The golfer's dictionary
Golfer - Golf player. A caddy is a person who carries a player's clubs and has the right to give him advice during the game. A greenskeeper is a person…

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The golfer's dictionary
Golfer - Golf player. A caddy is a person who carries a player's clubs and has the right to give him advice during the game. A greenskeeper is a person…

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