Hello, this section is called Game Play (but then again, you can read!). This section is essentially a "How To Play Golf Section!" It's intention is to all the users to learn about golf and some of the techniques that are used to play golf. There are discussions about clubs, technique, balls, emotions ... everything you need to play the game of golf!
If you would like to know more about this section, check out our introducation page.
Exercising & Golf
For those of you, who enjoy playing golf, this section is a must read! Did you you know that golf was a strenuous sport? Well, we didn't until we read a National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)report discussing the force that the lower spine goes under when you swing a golf club. Did you know that a golf swing puts so much force on the lower spine, that if you were working under those conditions, you could be classified in a job that was dangerous to your health? Well, if you didn't check out our page on why exercising is so important to golf -- Good Fitness!
After reading the Good Fitness page, we feel that you will WANT to exercise and get in better physics condition before you go out and play your next round of golf, so we compiled a list of good exercise that would help in keeping yourself physically fit. We broke them them donw into two groups:
But like all exercises, make sure you consult a physician before you start any of these exercises. Also, these exercises will not compose a complete exercise routine ... they are only suggestions.
In the technique, we give a brief How To on different golf shots. We try to go into detail on how to swing the club, how to set up for the shot, and many more things! Below is a list of all the topics that we cover in this section:
Construct Of Clubs
Have you ever wondered why there are so many different types of golf clubs? How many different types of grips could there be? What is the different between the old golf clubs that I have and the new perimeter weighted clubs? Well, if you ever wondered why about anything, we tryed to answer many of those questions in this section. We discuss what different types of irons there are and what different types of grips exist. Below is a list of the topics that we cover:
There is still so much more to golf, we can't cover it all, so we put together a few more miscellaneous topics of interest. First, we put together a page on Golf Ettiquette. Then we figured that as new golfers, you may want to know a little about Handicaps. Next, we figured that you should know many of the "unwritten rules of golf." These rules are how to play a game of golf so that you aren't the slowest group on the course creating a line 8 holes long! So we published the rules of Quick Golf! The only other neat resource that we have is our Glossary, for those of you who are baffled by some of the golf language used!
This section is for teachers. The Golf Course
Team designed this site so that it could be used
in the classroom environment. We worked closely
with our coaches to design suggested uses for
this site in the classroom. Please stop in and
check out how this site can be used in schools.