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    Golf Balls

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    science fair project on “What golf ball travels the furthest”. I decided to do my project on this because there are so many brands of golf balls out there and i was curious to see if all the balls were the same or different. I will be testing some of the top brand golf balls to see which golf ball bounces and travels the furthest. Golf is a game of the Scottish origin, and is one of the most popular sports in the world. Golf has been played by over 24 million people. Golf has become so popular…

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    Golf Terminology Origin

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    Origins of Golf Terminology While it is humorous, it is not true that the word Golf is an acronym for Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden. The word “golf” actually comes from the past term for ‘club’. The earliest known mention of the word golf was in 1457 when King JamesⅡtried to ban “ye golf” in order to have more focused on Archery practice (Bogey para 5-9). However, the term golf, defind as we know it, was originated in Scotland. The term was used for the game Scottish shepherds used for…

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    Descriptive Essay On Golf

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    fairways, meticulously carved acres of beautiful pine, and oak trees be seen? A golf course presents an opportunity to see the beauty of nature, in a calming, and enlightened environment, while giving a competitor of any age or skill level a challenging, but exciting experience. Golf is perhaps the most intriguing, deep-seated game due to its beautiful golf courses, intense preparation, and clear mindset. Firstly, a golf course is the centerpiece of the game, carved through thick forests,…

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    Why Golf Is Important

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    An outsider to golf may think the sport is boring, quiet, monotonous, that it has no point. After all, isn’t it just a bunch of guys carrying heavy bags, whacking balls around for hours at a time? What’s the point? As it turns out, there is more to golf than what's on the surface. It is not boring, quiet, or even monotonous, and it definitely does have a point -- more than one, actually. Because golf so closely resembles life, it teaches an abundance of lessons that not only help on the course…

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    Why Golf Is Good

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    Stand, swing, swear. Anyone who has ever watched professional golf knows it looks easy; anyone who has ever played a round of golf understands just how much time and effort goes into the sport. I’m not a good golfer. I’m not exceptionally awful, but definitely not good. My mother and stepfather got me interested in the sport 3 years ago, and I’m still bad. However, as someone who has never had to work to be good at much in my life, golf is a good lesson. It’s perfectly acceptable to merely enjoy…

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    Golf Team Discourse

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    of which being the Sleepy Eye High School Boys Golf Team. In the spring of 2016, the golf team was able to win, not only the Tomahawk Conference Championship, but the Section 2A Championship and advance to the state meet where they placed fourth as a team. It is safe to say that the team had a very successful year, however they were not always poised to be this great. The year prior to this breakout year, Sleepy Eye Public High School had their own golf team and rival private school Sleepy Eye…

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    Origin Of Golf Essay

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    Who invented golf? The answer to this age-long question has been largely debated by many historians and golf professionals over the years. Golfers who love the game still very heatedly debate over the origin. This mystery has remained unsolved, but does not really matter in the grand schemes of things, what matters about the history of golf is how golf has evolved and effected humans over the years. It is hard to believe that the calming, stress relieving game we know today could have come…

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    Beginner Golf Tips

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    Whether you're just starting to learn to play golf, or you have some experience playing it, you surely, like the others, wish to become a better golfer. That wish is not impossible to achieve, as there are golf playing tips, specifically beginner golf tips that will enable you to improve on your plays once they're followed. Here are some of them: 1. Taking golf lessons is a must. If you can't afford going into golf school, you can opt to learn from your local pro. For sure there are pros that…

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    Golf Club Sets

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    Care and Maintenance for Golf Clubs Golf club sets are a kind of beneficial investment. Iron sets may cost around $2000 whereas the wood sets cost you around $1700. This is really a very big investment that most people are readily making for their gaming needs. When you purchase these golf club sets, much advice is not given on how to care and maintain these equipment. A high quality golf club set lasts for a longer span of time when it is cared properly.  First and foremost tip is to assess…

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    Golf Clubs Are Not Enough When first starting to play golf it can be somewhat confusing, you may think that after you spend most of your money on clubs and a bag your done. There are a few more things that you may not be aware of that you may not really need, but is going to make your golf day, better, because clubs are not enough. What respectable golfer would be out on the course or been seen taking his/her shot without a glove, a golf glove. How are you going to clean your clubs after you…

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