Golf – a comprehension
Golf as a game has a history of more than a century. A century of existence has seen more and more new rules and regulations emerge keeping in tact the basics of the game – the way it is played and the way the rules are framed. As days progress, a lot of people have been taking to the game more than ever.
Golf was meant to be played only by the richest population on earth regardless of which nation it is, which is actually a myth when it comes to modern day golfing. Golf involves a lot of practice first hand besides learning the nuances of the game. Nuances of this game are a whole lot than any other game.
Played on a vast open field, this outdoor game is more of a recreation as well as passion for people. Definitely, mastering the skills of the game means to learn about the various golf clubs in copious amounts, from iron clubs to wedges to drivers to putters. Learning about the greens, the teeing grounds, the driving ranges, sand traps, bunkers and the waters are all spontaneous to happen and we would have learned so much since our childhood.
It requires huge skill and learning to take the ball down to the greens and eventually into the hole, which also doesn’t mean to say that golf is a game meant for those innately and genetically capable of playing the game. Safety is another concern that has to be borne by each and every golfer – safety to himself and to the others around in the golfing arena.
Numerous accidents have occurred in a flash by the cart accidents and the ball hitting a bystander on the way to a drive. Even a mere golf club made of strongest metals such as iron, steel, titanium and various alloys might cause a lot of physical hazards while standing by another golfer addressing the ball. The long golf club can cause any kind of injury to a bystander along with the ball and the mobile cart.
But our concerns on playing the game better is always possible with the right kind of effort and practice!