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 who is responsible for the condition of the field.
The referee is a person who is on the field during the game and monitors compliance with the rules
Marker-the person who counts the player’s punches
Flight – a group of golfers walking on the field.
The Golf course is a Playground for playing . Continue reading
The Golf course is a true masterpiece of landscape design. It consists of areas with green grass of different shades (due to the different height of mowing the lawn), areas with sand and blue water traps. Huge amounts of money are spent on maintaining it in perfect condition.
The field care team includes: architects, landscape designers, technologists, grass care specialists, and lawn mowers. Each field has an individual portrait, which consists of the height of the grass, the nature of the turf, the size of the bunkers and the shape of water barriers. Continue reading
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