Monthly Archives: September 2018
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 uncanny tendency to extend throughout the tournament, the season, and, ultimately, for life.
LAW # 2: Your best Golf game will immediately follow the worst in Your life. The probability of this is directly proportional to the number of people you told about your failure.
LAW # 3: Brand-new Golf balls are hydro-magnetic. Although this cannot be proven in the laboratory, it is a well – known fact-the higher the cost of a Golf ball, the more it is drawn to the water. Continue reading
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 in these circles. The appearance of a golfer both on the field and just inside the club is one of the expressions of respect for the other participants.
The dress code requirements may differ from club to club. For example, in countries with dominant democratic traditions, you can see a Golf player in jeans on a municipal field. At the same time, closed private clubs regulate from the depth of the cutout on women’s blouses to the color and length of men’s socks. Continue reading
Golf is a symbol of aristocracy, part of the image and a fashionable hobby. This opinion can be heard from most people when it comes to this sport. However, for some, Golf is more than social fun. There are those who use this game to win back their right to a place in the sun in society.
Among these unique people is the British Leo Millar, a 12-year-old boy with a congenital deformity of the hand. Leo’s introduction to Golf happened by accident: a Golf club caught his eye in his father’s garage. On the grass behind the house, the boy made his first shots at the ball, not knowing that this “acquaintance” with the stick would be fatal. Leo only made shots with his left hand, but this did not prevent him from punching almost 100 yards. Continue reading