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  • Ninh explains The Rules of Golf The object of the game is to get your ball

  • into the hole in as few strokes as possible.

  • Golf is one of the oldest sports in the world and in this game, a golfer uses a selection

  • of clubs, (which are these things here) to hit a ball into a hole which is denoted by

  • a flag.

  • A typical hole looks like this, with different terrain and obstacles to make it challenging

  • to play.

  • To start, a golfer must have the correct equipment.

  • Each player must use golf balls that they can identify as their own and usually they

  • mark the ball with a pen or a marker.

  • A golfer is allowed no more than 14 clubs in his bag.

  • If they are found with more than 14, a two shot penalty is added to the first hole.

  • The game starts at the first hole.

  • A player will start by hitting their golf ball within two club lengths behind the markers.

  • The aim of this first shot is to hit the ball as close to the hole as possible.

  • Once they have completed their shot, it’s their opponents turn to do the same.

  • In Golf, it is customary for the person who is furthest from the hole to make the next

  • shot.

  • Players alternate shots until both players have put their balls into the hole.

  • The amount of strokes it took to sink the ball is recorded, and then they move onto

  • the next hole.

  • The golden rule of golf is that you must play the ball as it lies.

  • You cannot move the ball or the environment around it to create a better shot for yourself.

  • Doing so will result in a two stroke penalty.

  • A game is typically played over 9 or 18 holes.

  • The player who completes the course in the fewest amount of strokeswins.

  • The beauty about Golf is that no two holes are exactly alike anywhere in the world.

  • Every golf course is different and each one is designed to make it challenging to get

  • the ball into the hole.

  • There are obstacles such as water hazards, bunkers, roughs and surroundings that make

  • it an interesting challenge.

  • Golfers use different clubs to achieve different types of precision shots to combat these obstacles.

  • That’s basically all you need to know initially, but there’s a few rules that youll also

  • need to know before playing or watching Golf.

  • For example.

  • Par Each hole has an average number of shots that

  • a typical golfer should complete it in, based on difficulty and length.

  • This is known as theparof the hole.

  • Depending on how you performed on the hole determines how your shot is designated.

  • This table makes it easy for you to identify the relevant golfing terminology given your

  • performance.

  • For example, if you manage to sink the ball in one stroke fewer than par, this is known

  • as a birdie.

  • One stroke more than par is known as a bogey etc.

  • Hole in One If you manage to hit your ball into the hole

  • on the very first shot, this is known as a hole in one.

  • Hole in ones are typically shot on holes with a Par of 3, as they are generally shorter

  • than other holes.

  • Penalty A penalty is an extra stroke that is added

  • to your score.

  • This is usually awarded in the following situations.

  • Ball unplayable Sometimes it’s not possible to play a shot

  • because of where the ball has landed.

  • If this happens, you must declare the ball unplayable and you have the following three

  • options.

  • In any case, this carries a one stroke penalty.

  • Water Hazard There are two types of water hazard surrounding

  • a golf course.

  • If you hit your ball into the water, this will incur a one stroke penalty.

  • Without going into two much detail, here’s what you can do with each type of hazard.

  • Bunker These are the pits of sand that are usually

  • near the green where the hole is situated.

  • Balls that land in the bunker are difficult to play.

  • You cannot disrupt the sand prior to hitting the ball, and you cannot remove natural objects

  • such as twigs, or grass from the bunker.

  • Lost Ball Sometimes you cannot find your ball.

  • If you cannot find your ball within 5 minutes, this is known as a lost ball you must go back

  • to where you hit previous shot and play the shot again.

  • This also carries a one stroke penalty.

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  • Ninh Ly - - @NinhLyUK

Ninh explains The Rules of Golf The object of the game is to get your ball


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ゴルフのルール - EXPLAINED! (The Rules of Golf - EXPLAINED!)

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