Archive for September, 2014
The odds of getting a hole in one in golf are so great that making such a shot will arguably be the greatest feat in a golfer’s career. According to Golf Digest, an amateur’s odds of a hole in one are a whopping 12,500 to one.
So yes, what’s being said here is that acing a hole is hard, but what’s also being said is that there’s a chance. If there wasn’t, hole in one contests wouldn’t need contest insurance now would they?
Acing a hole isn’t easy, but with a bit of methodology, you can increase your chances, and maybe even wind up taking home a hole in one contest’s fabulous prize. Here’s a few tips to help.
Go to a Driving Range.
First things first, you’re going to need to practice your driving. If you can’t send a ball sailing to the other end of the g
We’re all familiar with the game of golf (even if we totally forgot about it before Tiger Woods’ marital problems made it relevant again). Though it might seem like a game that only old people play — which isn’t technically true since less than 35% of golfers are over the age of 50 — golf is a pretty popular sport and is much more interesting than you probably think. Here are some interesting facts about golf that you probably didn’t know.
It is a really old sport
We all know that golfing is a popular sport for some groups of Americans, and there are a few different big tournaments in the U.S. every year like the Master’s, the U.S. Open, and the PGA Championship. What we know as modern golf was actually invented some 500 years ago in Scotland.
It’s a popular choice for charity e