Green aerification and bunker raking are two basic aspects of course maintenance. Other steps include repairing ball marks on the green and repairing divots; players can carry these tasks out as they play. More »

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The vast majority of Scotland’s approximately 500 golf courses are fashioned in the traditional links or upland style. Regarded as the birthplace of golf, Scotland is home to some of the world's most iconic golf courses,... More »

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Locate golf courses for sale on several commercial real estate websites that specialize in golf courses, such as Hilda W. Allen Real Estate, Golf Courses For Sale and Leisure Investment Properties Group. General golf cou... More »

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In addition to covering the maintenance and upkeep of a course's grounds, golf membership fees cover the cost of providing the wide range of amenities typically not available to non-members or offered at public courses. ... More »

A golf handicap differential is calculated subtracting a course's rating from a player's adjusted gross score, then multiplying the sum by 113 divided by the course's Slope rating. A handicap index represents a golfer's ... More »

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Golf balls pick up dirt, grass and sand from the course, which can adversely affect the accuracy and speed of a shot. Clean your golf balls in 20 to 30 minutes with this process. Make sure you have a bucket, water and a ... More »

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Disc golf is played by throwing a plastic flying disc at a series of targets set up in a course. The Professional Disc Golf Association has set rules about disc weight, height and style of targets as well as the distance... More »

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