Frequently Asked Questions
Can anyone play the Golf game?
Yes, Golf is a game for everyone irrespective of gender, age and strength. However, you will require the mental ability, the physical stamina and right amount of knowledge and practice before you take up this sport as a hobby or profession.
What are the different types of Golf Clubs?
Majorly including five categories of clubs, a typical Golf bag should have
- 3 woods (the 1, 3 and 5 Driver)
- 1 Hybrid (3H)
- 7 Irons (4, 5, 6,7,8,9 and PW)
- Wedges (Chosen from the pitching, gap, sand and lob wedge.)
- A Putter
Is there any ideal technique to hit the Golf ball?
Yes. To play the best strokes, the player stands with feet shoulder-width apart slightly bending forward from the hips. After aligning the torso and shoulders, the club grip is held firmly. Swing your arms backward after lining the club with the ball. The legs are firmly grounded throughout the procedure.
What do I wear to a Golf Tournament?
Most of the Golf courses follow a no-denim rule. However, the dress wore during a Golf match varies with how upscale the course is. A collared shirt with Golf shorts for men with additional skorts or skirts for women is considered appropriate for most of the sessions.
What is the average score for 18 holes in a Golf game?
According to data from the National Golf Foundation, an average of 45% Golfers scores more than 100 strokes per 18-hole round of a Golf game. Only about 26% of the players manage to shoot less than 90.
Are there certain Golf etiquettes I need to know?
Of course. Being a gentleman’s game, Golf calls for certain etiquette that is even more important than the game itself. A few of these include being flexible about losing a game, maintaining silence and paying due respect to the greens.
How long does it take to finish the Golf game?
It takes approximately 4 hours to complete one round. The play time, however, is variable. An average guideline to play a foursome is about 15 minutes that would enable you to wind up one round in 4.5 hours.
Do you recommend any movies to brush on my Golfing skills?
There are many Golf and non-Golf movies to enhance your knowledge and interest in the sport. To name a few, you may choose from Happy Gilmore (1996) featuring Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald, Julie Bowen; Tin Cup (1996) starring Kevin Costner, Rene Russo, Don Johnson; and Caddyshack (1980) starring Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield and Ted Knight and Bill Murray.