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BASIC GOLF RULES FOR BEGINNERS

The golf rules are very complicated and are strictly . The golf players needs to hit the ball from the tee box until it lands on the green. 1 point for each touch of the ball. After that, the player will continue at the next golf course. A complete golf course has 18 courses, players can play 1 round (18 roads) or half a round (9 roads) or 2 rounds (36 roads). At the end of the game, the player calculates the total number of points earned, whoever wins the least points wins.

A golf course includes the following components:
Tee box: start.
Fairway: Rolling ball roads.
Bunker: Sand holes.
Rough: Obstacle areas such as hard soil, weeds, bushes, etc.
Lake: Pond (as one of the obstacles).
Green: The special grass area on which the hole is located to end the course and flagged for direction.
The way to play golf is simple, so the rules are very strict with aim to increase the score of the player. And the structure of the golf course has bushes, hills, ponds and lakes are designed to fall into the range of the ball for players to make a mistake (depending on the fault, from 1 to 3 points or go back to the beginning point.
Standard bats are the number of strokes specified in a hole in which you have to put the ball, from the tee to the last to the ball.

Example: If a hole has a standard 4-stroke, then you must find a way to put the ball into the hole within 4 strokes.

If you do this, you will reach the standard par.
If less than 1 stroke, you only need 3 strokes to put the ball into the hole, you get Birdie, the score is – 1; if less than 2 strokes, you get an Eagle, the score is – 2.
Conversely, if you have to take 5 strokes to put the ball in the hole, ie on 1 stroke, you get Bogey, the score is + 1.
The result of the holes will be added up. After having played 18 or 36 holes, the person with the highest negative score is the winner.