A golf course is an area usually formed of 18 paths (holes) that must be challenged by the golfer in order to finish the competition. Each hole (path) has a starting area (Tee), a path with different difficulties (fairway) and a final area (green) where the hole is located. The golfer, starting from the planned area, will have to try to hole the ball with the least possible number of shots using the golf clubs. The holes are numbered and follow each other to allow the golfer, at the end of each hole, to find a short distance to the next hole, which will lead him to the final hole that usually ends at the so-called “19 ^ Hole” (The Club House with restaurant / bar that allows you to have a refreshment after a round of golf that can last more than 4 hours). There are other golf courses with more holes (36 or more) and promotional, 9 holes or with a lower number that are mainly used for training or for amateur golf. The game has different game competitions and for this information we advice you to read our article at this LINK.
STRUCTURE OF A HOLE
Each hole has a very different structure, the course could climb hills or mountains, scroll close to coast or along rivers, descend valleys or simply stretch among woods of various nature.In this variety of holes the structures have the main elements necessary for the development of the game and these are essential for the application of the Rules of Golf.