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
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 construction of new courses. Given the climate similarity of Iceland and Russia, the rich experience of the architect may be of interest to us in many ways.
The construction of a Golf course is a large-scale and multi-stage undertaking, and the success of the entire event depends on how responsible and thoughtful the approach to each of the stages will be. Continue reading