Golf web based tutorials

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Golf web based tutorials

  1. 1. Golf Hole Anatomy Golf Golf Scoring Golf Clubs WOODS PAR FAIRWAY IRONS BIRDIE ROUGH PUTTERS BOGEY GREEN
  2. 2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES• Following the completion of this lesson the student will be able to: – Identify the difference between a par, birdie, and bogey. – Identify the difference between the fairway, rough, and green. – Itentify the difference between a wood, iron, and putter.
  3. 3. GOLF HOLE ANATOMYGrass on a golf course is kept at three different lengths.The names of the grass are: Fairway Rough Green
  4. 4. FAIRWAY• The fairway is the short grass that runs up the middle of every hole.• It is named the fairway because it is thought to be the most fair path to the hole.
  5. 5. ROUGH• Rough is grass that is kept at a much longer length than the fairway. The rough runs on both the left and right side of the fairway.• The reason it is named the rough is because you will have a rough time on the hole if you hit it in the rough.
  6. 6. GREEN• The green is the shortest grass on the golf course.• The hole is located on the green.• The reason the grass is the shortest on the green is because you use a club that helps you roll the ball along the ground and into the hole.
  7. 7. Golf Hole Anatomy Golf Golf Scoring Golf Clubs FAIRWAY WOODS PAR ROUGH IRONS BIRDIE GREEN PUTTERS BOGEY
  8. 8. GOLF SCORING• In the game of golf the objective is to get the ball in the hole in the least amount of strokes as possible.• There are three types of golf holes – Par 3’s – Par 4’s – Par 5’s *In order to make a par on a hole you would get your ball in the hole on a par 3 in 3 strokes, a par 4 in 4 strokes, and a par 5 in 5 strokes.
  9. 9. PAR• You have achieved a score of a PAR if you are able to get the ball into the hole on a: P – Par 3 in 3 strokes – Par 4 in 4 strokes – Par 5 in 5 strokes A R
  10. 10. BIRDIE• You have achieved a score of a BIRDIE if you B I are able to get the ball into the hole on a: – Par 3 in 2 strokes R – Par 4 in 3 strokes – Par 5 in 4 strokes D I E
  11. 11. BOGEY• You have achieved a score of a BOGEY if you are able to get the ball into the hole on a: B O – Par 3 in 4 strokes – Par 4 in 5 strokes – Par 5 in 6 strokes G E Y
  12. 12. Golf Hole Anatomy Golf Golf Scoring Golf Clubs FAIRWAY WOODS PAR ROUGH IRONS BIRDIE GREEN PUTTERS BOGEY
  13. 13. GOLF CLUBS• There are 3 types of golf clubs – WOODS – IRONS – PUTTERS
  14. 14. WOODS• Woods are the golf clubs that you hit the farthest.• Woods generally hit the ball the farthest.
  15. 15. IRONS• There are more irons in a golfers golf bag than any other club.• Many golfers carry the following irons 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Pitching Wedge, and Sand Wedge.
  16. 16. PUTTER- The putter is the shortest club in your bag.- It is only to be used in and around the green.
  17. 17. Golf Hole Anatomy Golf Golf Scoring Golf Clubs FAIRWAY WOODS PAR ROUGH IRONS BIRDIE GREEN PUTTERS BOGEY
  18. 18. Sources Cited• I got the info for this presentation from: – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairway_(golf)#Fairway_and_rough

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