Monthly Archives: January 2018
When it comes to Golf, in most cases, there are persistent associations with Prim England, aristocratic Wales, Scotland, or, in extreme cases, with the United States. And, of course, I remember the status of this expensive hobby: the faces of playing presidents, famous politicians, or just very wealthy people float before my eyes. Meanwhile, the stereotype has long been broken. Today, Golf has become a more accessible sport, has significantly expanded its geography and even reached African countries. For example, Egypt has become one of the most popular destinations for Golf enthusiasts.
A few decades ago, the world’s leading architects saw great prospects in this country and decided to organize high-class Golf courses on its territory. Continue reading
Slow play in Golf. This problem is already full of teeth, but it has a solution. Here are five simple tips to help you play a Golf round in less than two hours.
Strike, and then say
No, you don’t need to run between beats or even walk fast to get within two hours.
You don’t need to strike five seconds after you reach the ball. You just need to get rid of routine habits that eat up a few minutes of your time and the time of your teammates on each hole. Continue reading
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 with the effective communications of politicians on the field. Here are eight arguments in favor of that presidents don’t have to apologize for playing Golf.
We have known about Donald trump’s close relationship with Golf for a long time: the 45th President of the United States became famous throughout the world as an active developer of Golf courses. Since the inauguration of the trump already played six times. But that’s not the problem: the new us President was one of the most ardent opponents of frequent Golf rounds of his predecessor, Barack Obama. Continue reading