Go the golf way
For both pros and beginners, golf offers exciting possibilities and there are tips aplenty on the World Wide Web.
PERHAPS, ONE of the most stylish, sophisticated and expensive games is golf. Think of the sport and long poles, clubs and tiny rugged kind of ball come to the mind. Nowadays, wearing a helmet while playing is a fashion. Like billiards, this sport too has certain specific targets - as regards the members, memberships and golf courts. Some of you might already be pros while the novices are struggling to get a grip on the sport. For all ye enthusiastic golfers out there, here are some links to help you spruce up your skills.
www.opengolf.com: The official website for the British Open offers news, statistics and an electronic leader board during the championship. Fans wanting details of the layout of the course, live scorecards, or information on the amount of money won by Tiger Woods, should enjoy this site. But this is hardly a visually stunning effort.
Mr. Golf etiquette
http://www.mrgolf.com/ index.html: If you're after wit, entertainment and terrific writing on the subject of pitching and putting, then, this is the site for you.Along with avoiding those faux pas on the green, Mr. Golf etiquette offers dozens of jokes and golfing confessions.
www.golfjokes.co.uk: Golfing humour and quotes of a varying standard and age. Quite helpful for the average player as it contains a section with excuses for playing badly, including: "I'm committed to my wife. Golf has always come second." One can submit their jokes too.
www.golflink.com: Web guide to golf courses, tournaments, merchandise, and more. Improve your handicap, or get some valuable golf tips, PGA pro tips, golf videos, the mental game, slice, hook, golf fitness and much more. This site tells you everything you need to know about the game.
http://www.pga.com: Immense American golfing site, comprising news, scorecards, calendars and reports, along with a complicated virtual golf game. PGA 911 contains emergency advice for the Yips, Cold Top or even the Chilli Dip and there's an extensive Lesson Tee for advice.
National Golf Foundation online
http://www.ngf.org: The National Golf Foundation is the industry leader in providing relevant information and insights on the business of golf. They offer golf-business research, information and consulting services to companies and organisations worldwide.
www.golfhelp.com: Golf's ultimate search engine! The site offers tips on how to lower your score, while at the same time raising your opponent's. Some of you are probably already masters of these techniques, and you are lousy ruiners. You know who you are.
If you golf
http://www.ifyougolf.com: All about learning to play golf and improving your game. The site features golf tips, golf related news and information, equipment, course finder, shopping, links to other websites on golf.
www.golfindia.com: Step onto the green with the latest news and tour details of the all the major tournaments. This site has information on different clubs in the country.
Golf for beginners
http://www.golf-beginners -guide.de/e_index.htm: You get everything you need here when you start playing the best game in the world. The novice may find valuable advice and how-tos.
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