Golf on a New Principle: Iron Clubs Superseded

Front Cover
Bright, 1897 - Golf - 64 pages
0 Reviews

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 61 - ... away. 3. The player who leads from the tee should be allowed to play before his opponent tees his ball. 4. Players who have holed out should not try their putts over again when other players are following them. 5. Players looking for a lost ball must allow any other match coming up to pass them. 6. A party playing three or more balls must allow a twoball match to pass them. 7. A party playing a shorter round must allow a two-ball match playing the whole round to pass them. 8. A player should...
Page 62 - The reckoning of the strokes is kept by the terms ' the odd,' ' two more/ ' three more/ etc., and ' one off three/ ' one off two/ ' the like/ The reckoning of the holes is kept by the terms so many 'holes up/ or ' all even/ and so many
Page 11 - ... further, if the smaller head was the more accurate and useful weapon while playing through the green, there was no earthly reason why it should not also be superior in striking from the tee. And so it has worked out that the shortening of both wooden and iron club-heads gradually became general, until at the present time we find ourselves face to face with the fact that all clubs have their correct striking centres...
Page 29 - Any other shape in cross section or departure from the diagonal arrangement can of course be made to suit individual tastes, but this is found to be best for all strokes except short lofts and putts, for which some prefer the two halves of the grip, or at least one of them on the square instead of the diagonal. It will...

Bibliographic information