Here are the top ten articles for the Golf Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. How to Keep Score in Golf
Golf is a game with lots of rules and regulations, which sometimes makes it seem complicated, but keeping score is really as easy as counting 1-2-3.
2. Golf for Fun
Make golf fun and you’ll enjoy the game so much more whatever your level is. Some of the best days golfing are when you take time to breathe in the fresh air, enjoy the beautiful scenery and laugh at your dumb shots.
3. Putting from the Fringe
When you find that your approach shot didn’t end up on the green there is still an opportunity to consider hitting the next ball as a putt with good success even if you’re on the fringe.
4. Famous Golf Quotes
Take a break and enjoy some of these famous and not so famous golf quotes that are sure to give you a laugh and get you thinking about your next round on the course.
5. Couples Golf
The greatest thing about golf is that it can be enjoyed by anyone no matter your level and even better it's a great way to spend quality time with your spouse or significant other.
6. Games Within the Golf Game
This article lists a variety of golf games ladies can play during their regular day of golf or even during their weekly LGA play.
7. More Golf Games
This article give a list of golf games that came to me from Helen Reeves of Australia. Keep note of these to try with your golf group. Will add the rest later.
8. Smash it with Pam
A article about putting cooking spray Pam on your driver head to smash it further and straighter.
9. A Poetic Ladies Golf Game
A new golf game disigned by Trish Johes of Australia. She is very creative in thinking up newg games for her ladies golf group.
10. Amusing Golf Sayings
The article is golf sayings from professionals and others to help keep your sense of humor on the golf course.
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