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  • 1. PROFESSIONAL GOLF The easiest looking, but hardest sport in the world
  • 2. Local Golf Course Rules Slow play will not be tolerated. Keep pace with the group ahead of you. If safety screens interfere with line of play to pin - ball may be dropped at nearest point of relief without penalty. Ball coming to rest in a hazard must be played as it lies, or a penalty will apply. Violation of any number of these rules may result in ejection from course.
  • 3. Golf Tee-off Box This is a golfer’s starting point
  • 4. The Sand Trap, or “The Beach” A very common obstacle found on almost every single golf hole in the world, right around the putting green. If stuck in the sand trap, golfers will most likely use their sand wedge to get out
  • 5. The Putting Green The very last part of the golf hole. The area where your objective is to put the ball into the hole in the fewest shots or “putts” possible.
  • 6. Most Golf Courses offer some of the most beautiful scenery in the world
  • 7. Tiger Woods average earnings in millions since 2000. 10.0 7.5 5.0 2.5 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 This graph represents the average salaries in millions since 2000 of Tiger Woods, the number 1 ranked golfer in the PGA.
  • 8. Golfer’s set of clubs This pie chart is an estimated graph of how often a golfer uses a certain club during a round of golf. Driver Putter Wedge Iron 20% 35% 10% 35%
  • 9. Images Cited http://www.leevalleygcc.ie/gallery/large/p-1st-tee-box-3.jpg http://www.sacramentohi.com/JQHHolidayInnSacramento/uploadedImages/golf.jpg http://www.david123.com/Charlotte%20Golf%20Courses%20NC.jpg http://www.ljpgolfcarts.com/images/Golf_Carts_00007.jpg http://www.deserthomestoday.com/images/scenic_images/hideaway_golf_2.jpeg http://www.geocities.com/Augusta/2176/10holeaugustanational.jpg http://www.arborhouseinnco.com/images/putting-green.jpg http://www.whitehousemuseum.org/grounds/putting-green-c2005.jpg http://members.cox.net/almor/Fantasy%20Golf.jpg

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