18 Jan 2011
January 18, 2011

Golf Knowledges 2

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Golf Knowledges page 2

Learn Everything About Golf

To play better golf you first need to learn about golf. But what do you need to know besides how to swing the club correctly? There are so many different things that affect the golf swing, and your golf game, that you probably don’t know about. This section is designed to provide you with all the golf knowledge presented by bali golf courses that you’ll need to improve your golf knowledge, including golf rules, tournament regulations, golf accessories, and many advices from expert to improve your golf game.

The modern term “through the green” reflects some history of the game of golf in that the entire playing area once was called the green. Today, through the green means the whole area of the course except for the teeing ground and putting green of the hole being played and all hazards on the course. The Rules generally do not make a distinction between the rough and fairway, as these areas are all through the green. In fact, the only time you’ll see the term fairway used within the Rules is in Rule 25-2, when defining closely-own area. more….

In his book, “The Principles Behind the Rules of Golf“, Richard S. Tufts, former USGA President and former Chairman of the USGA Rules of Golf Committee, offered the above simple definition of the game of golf. more….

  • Learning the Golf Rules – part 5

When you took a lesson from Tommy Armour, you did things his way. One morning his pupil was a rampantly incompetent matron from Chicago’s Medinah Country Club, where Armour summered during the 1930s. more….

You are not allowed to ask or give advice to your opponent about club selection. However, you are allowed to seek advice about the rules or anything that is public information, such as asking the opponent that happened to be standing next to sprinkler heads on figuring the distance listed above the sprinkler heads. more…..

GENERAL ERROR: Player A makes the mistake of bringing the club more than allowed, and as a result, violation of Rule 4-4. To determine the penalty in match play, players will lose in every hole of the offense. However, although the player has completed seven holes, the maximum penalty is two holes. In stroke play, the penalty is two strokes for each hole of the offense. However, the limit is imposed a penalty of four stroke on Player A in stroke play the game for one round-determined. more….

The modern term “through the green” reflects some history of the game of golf in that the entire playing area once was called the green. Today, through the green means the whole area of the course except for the teeing ground and putting green of the hole being played and all hazards on the course. The Rules generally do not make a distinction between the rough and fairway, as these areas are all through the green. In fact, the only time you’ll see the term fairway used within the Rules is in Rule 25-2, when defining closely-own area. more…..

Trees on the golf course offer beauty, habitat for wildlife, and a cool spot of shade on those warm summer days. Although trees offer numerous benefits, it is important to recognize that misplaced trees can cause serious turfgrass management challenges. more…..

At the time of the match played at stroke play, Player A hit his tee punch that landed ten feet (3.00 meters) from the hole a par three. While Player A did a very good punch, he made a mistake hitting from the place which was situated further to the rear of the long border the two clubs from the tee markers. Penalties for such offenses is two strokes, plus Player A must make amends by hitting the back of the border area-tee area. more…

Instead of returning to the tee area under Rule 27-1, on the contrary Player C with a light throw the ball to the side, a few yards from where he expected his ball disappear. Later, he played his third hit of the fairway. If you make a similar mistake, then you will lose the hole in match play. more….

layer A prying out the ball from the location which it is embedded from let’s say hole 9 at New Kuta Golf Club. Then drop the ball near where the ball was embedded. He feels entitled to drop the ball because he knows that Rule 25-2 allowing a ball embedded in its own pitch-mark in the area along the field (through the green) the grass was mowed tall grass fairway, or shorter, may be in the lift, in clean and in the drop without penalty. Player A wrong to interpret the meaning of the sentence is written on these Regulations. more….

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