Created on Monday, 25 January 2016 16:49
Written by Renata Mundim Ribiero
Roses are often found around turf areas including landscapes and golf course grounds. As beautiful as roses are, maintaining that beauty is often dependent on proper maintenance. An understanding of the anatomy of a rose may help in their maintenance. The components of a rose are described in this link called roses
Created on Thursday, 29 November 2012 03:33
Written by Karl Danneberger
The R&A and the United States Golf Association (USGA), golf’s governing bodies, today announced proposed changes to the Rules of Golf that would prohibit anchoring the club in making a stroke.
The proposed Rule 14-1b, which follows an extensive review by The R&A and the USGA, would prohibit strokes made with the club or a hand gripping the club held directly against the player’s body, or with a forearm held against the body to establish an anchor point that indirectly anchors the club.
The proposed new Rule would not alter current equipment rules and would allow the continued use of all conforming golf clubs, including belly-length and long putters, provided such clubs are not anchored during a stroke. The proposed Rule narrowly targets only a few types of strokes, while preserving a golfer’s ability to play a wide variety of strokes in his or her individual style.