Golf 's Dress Code Essay

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Everything you need to know to become a golfer “Golf is so popular simply because it is the best game in the world at which to be bad”, a fascinating quote by A.A. Milne. The other day, out of the blue my friend Dino asked me to go golfing. I was surprised because I know he’s never once stepped foot on a driving range, let alone a golf course! With some hesitation, I agreed to take him golfing and show him the ropes. I was sure to warn him about all the rules and codes of conduct I’d have to go over with him before we actually play. Sunday morning rolls around and I pull up to Dino’s house and honk the horn. He walks up to the car wearing jeans and a white beater! I was like “woah, woah, woah, where do you think you’re…show more content…
There are areas on a golf course deemed “ground under repair” which means you can move your ball to the nearest point in which there is a well-maintained section of the grass. I made sure Dino heard this rule because I would not be one bit surprised to see him getting full use out of his “foot wedge”. Once you know the rules you’ll then need to seek out the required equipment to play the game. Equipment needs include an adequate supply of golf balls, wood and plastic tees, a decent set of clubs (irons, woods, hybrid clubs and putter), golf shoes and a golf bag. Optional equipment can include an umbrella, divot repair tools, sunglasses and golf visor. So we roll into the Long Beach Country Club’s parking lot and I suggest we hit the driving range to warm up. Dino gets upset because he just wants to get out on the actual course and play. I then explain to him how crucial it is to spend time practicing and warming up before and or after you play. As were warming up I go over the different types of clubs we will use throught the round of golf, staring with the driver aka “the big dog”, which is the largest club in the bag and used on the first shot on most holes. You’ll then usually pull out and iron to hit your next shot. Irons are numbered from one all the way to ten (also known as the pitching wedge). The higher the number of the iron used, the shorter(and higher) the ball

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