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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Golf Site! These are the top ten articles that your Golf Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Golf Handicap for Beginners
The golf handicap system is meant to level the playing field so that golfers of different abilities can compete against each other in the same event with no other accommodation.
2. Proper Golf Attire
Golf is a game of traditions which includes proper attire and you may not be allowed on the course if you are not dressed according to the often strict and conservative guidelines.
3. Golf Course Real Estate
Love golf? Thinking about living on a golf course? There are plenty of pros and cons to consider before making a commitment.
4. The Arnold Palmer Drink
You may know Arnold Palmer, or Arnie, as an accomplished professional golfer, but did you also know that you could order an Arnie at the restaurant and enjoy his favorite drink. The next time you’re looking for a refreshing summer drink, order an Arnie.
5. Golf School and Instruction
You can improve your golf game with private or group instruction, by joining a golf clinic targeting specific shots or strategies, or you can attend a golf school for more formal training.
6. Hawaii Golf on Kauai
Some of the most beautiful and most challenging golf courses can be found on the Hawaiian island of Kauai that are sure to make your next vacation amazing and memorable.
7. Maintaining the Greens
Putting is a big part of golf, and you could be the best putter in the world, but if the greens are not in good condition, you may be faced with an unexpected break and a bumpy ride for par.
8. Women’s Golf Advantage
Men and women compete on the same golf course, but physical differences make it difficult to measure them strictly on distance, so with some strategic considerations, women actually may have an advantage.
9. Rules for Using a Ball Marker
A ball marker is typically used on the putting green to spot a ball so that it can be removed when in the line of another player, but how to mark the ball, and what object to use, are not so well defined.
10. Travel Tips for Golfers
If you’re planning to enjoy a round of golf on your next vacation or business trip, and by all means you should, then you’ll want to check out these great tips to make your travel experience less stressful.
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