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Transcript: Scoring Par- Specified number of strokes for a hole or course Birdie- one under par Eagle- Two under par Ace- Hole in one Bogey- one over par Tiger played since the age of two years old. Played courses at the age of five and played and practice almost everyday. Broke 80 at the age of 8 and 70 at the age of 12. What makes Tiger good is his determination and practice. He never gave up on golf even when he lost or when thing got rough. Other Equipment Golf shoes have plastic spike to increase traction Golf bag is used to hold clubs tee is used on first stroke on each hole Basic Rules Tiger Woods Golf keep eye on ball keep arm on top straight ball centered between feet on downswing turn hips and shoulders Golf Balls small ball with dimples that decrease aerodynamic drag Dimples help ball fly farther Equipment How to Consists of 18 Holes Each Hole contains Tee box, fairway and green Tee box is where you take your first stroke Fairway is long stretch before green Green is where the hole is Some courses contain bunkers and water hazards History of Golf Golf Course Golf Clubs Drivers are used to propel the ball long distance used on tee box (also called woods) Irons are shorter with flat surface, used for shorter distances Putters are used on the green to roll the ball into the hole Originated in 15th Century Scotland May have come from Paganic, a Roman Game First game recorded James II, wanted something other then archery "Old Course" at St Andrews is where it was first played Musselburgh Links, March 2 1672 is certified as the oldest course Play the ball as it lies play the course as you find it If you cannot do either, do what is fair Golf Etiquette cover matters such as safety fairness and obligation to care for the course always yell fore if ball is traveling towards other players Steps to having a good stroke 1. Alignment 2.Grip 3. Stance/Posture 4.Backswing 5. Downswing 6. Follow through


Transcript: Golf 5 things you are going to learn about golf 1. Pro Male Golfers 2. Pro Female Golfers 3. Health 4. History 5. Why I enjoy it Pro Male Golfers Phil Mickelson Phil Mickleson is a professinal golfer and has been for a while. He's won 38 PGA, 7 European Tour, 1 Challenge Tour and 5 others. He went to Arizona State Univeristy for College golf. Phil became a pro in 1992 and is still a pro. He's golf coach currently is Butch Harmon, and his formal coach (Butch) was Tiger Woods. He's income in 2007 was $51 million, and $47 million coming from endorsements. Tiger Woods Tiger Woods is the most successful golfer of all time and still is a pretty good golfer. He hasn't been doing very good lately and has lost his number 1 spot by Lee Westwood. He started golfing when he was under 2 years old, and has been golfing ever since. Tiger is the 2nd golfer to get the triple crown of golf. He got his name by his father calling him tiger. He is the highest paid professinal athlete in the world. Pro Female Golfers Michelle Wie Michelle Wie started playing golf when she was 4 years old. At age 10 she quliafied for the USGA amateur championship. She made the cut at 13 years old for the US Womens Open, the youngest player to ever do that. She has contracts with Nike and Sony, which is worth more than $10 million. She has won 2 LPGA tours and she turned professinal in 2005. She is just 21 years old and doing good for her age. Paula Creamer Paula turned professional in 2004 and has been as high as number 2 in the Wormens World Golf Ratings. In 2008 she made more than $1.8 million dollars for LPGA. In 2010 she withdrew due to a left thumb injury. And she is one of my favorite lady golfers. LPGA Health What you need to eat 1. You need to be healthy to do good in golf. 2. You need to eat healthy foods (ex. vegies, fruit, and things that give you protien. 3. You should eat things that make you strong. I eat right. Do You? I eat right so my body is healthy and stays healthy. Also so i can keep active as long as the other golfers and not get tiered. Why should you eat it 1. You should eat healthy food because it keeps your muscle growing. 2. It makes it easier to walk 9 or 18 holes for matches if you have a lot of strength. 3. You perform how you eat. I eat it because... I eat it because I want to eat just as good as I play. The better I eat the better I play golf. Just like above you perform how you eat. History of Golf Where it started 1. Some think that it came from a game in Rome. 2. Another early game that resembled modern golf was known as cambuca in England and chambot in France. 3. The modern game originated in Scotland. How its Improved 1. we use metal or iron instead of wood. 2. The style has changed. 3. They made more rules. Why I enjoy it. Its FUN You get to meet new people and see how they play. And if they are better then you, you can learn from them and how they play golf. It's also like making new friends that do what you do. Its challenging and fun at the same time. You learn how to play and go around difficult things. Like trying to hit over a lake. Good for You When you play for the high school team, when your in tournments, you have to walk so you get a lot of exercise. Its keeps you skinny and its good to get the exercise. Anybody can golf or lean. The End Association Golf Professional Ladies

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