Korydallós namoro esta desgastado One of the great things about golf is the etiquette. Golf is one of the few sports where there really aren’t any officials on the golf course monitoring whether or not you’re playing by the rules. It is automatically assumed that you will play by the rules and call penalties on yourself. This is unusual! Can you imagine an offensive lineman calling a ‘holding’ on himself in the middle of a football game? But in the game of golf, if a player hits the ball into the water or sees the ball move, they will generally call a penalty on themselves. So it’s important then for kids and adults that they learn golf etiquette and the manners of the game.
Pace of play, counting strokes, how long to look for lost golf balls, what to do when your ball is in a bunker, find and play the golf ball where it lies, and how to take a drop are all aspects that both beginners and juniors should really focus on learning. Keep in mind that it’s not so much the technique of learning how to hit a golf ball, but the etiquette as well. Be sure to sign up for our Get Golf Ready classes or the US Kids Junior program to make sure you know the rules and etiquette of the game!
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