What is a golf course...
Golf courses are those special places created by man but at heart with
nature, and to those who love the game, the sense of space and freedom found on a golf course are central to its appeal.
Where the field of play in most sports must conform to rigid dimensions there is no such restrictions on golf courses...
beyond the basic need to be able to play 18 holes or even just nine. And of the 35,000 or so courses worldwide - from ancient
Scottish links to pristine parklands, dense woodlands to arid desert courses - no two are the same, with each offering a
different challenge and playing experience. From the famous courses of the UK and Ireland, where names like the Old Course at St Andrews, the Ailsa at Turnberry,
the Brabazon course at The Belfry
and the Twenty Ten course at Celtic Manor inspire golfers,
to famous American destinations like Pinehurst, Pebble Beach and Sawgrass, the game's popularity knows no bounds.
Whether you're playing competitively or simply with a group of friends, it's a game that can be played and enjoyed anywhere
and everywhere in the world, ... and for that we should be thankful.
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