Category: Golf courses
Casual golf fans might not realize this, but the sport has its own sacred playing arenas equivalent to baseball’s Wrigley Field or football’s superdome (or wherever it is that the Super Bowl is playing that year).
Most sports are played in fields with universal measurements and parameters set no matter where a game takes place. A football field in San Francisco will ultimately look the same as one in New England, and the same holds true for baseball diamonds, soccer fields, and basketball courts.
In golf, however, every single course is uniquely customized and looks different from the other ones
Find allmost any golf course or Driving Range in the US. Canadian Golf courses coming soon.
All golf courses have their own scorecard (card of the course), which is unique to that course. On the card, you will find a whole host of information regarding the club, including things like an outline map of the course layout, and the color of the flags on the different nines.
The center part shows the hole number, and the length in yards (or meters) – for each of the tee types – the colours normally correspond with those on the tee markers.