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The GOLF on this site is expanding, showing greater promise than expected.
Innovex Golf Company
The most Prestigious golf courses
The Golfers Club
PGA European Tour
Celtic Manor Resort
CG Discount Golf
Your Golf Travel
Easy Golf Swing - was http://www.golfswingguru.com/free-tips-and-videos/?hop=zyra1 - sadly lost because of the Clickbank Problem
Golf PGA Shop
Golf Gear Direct
Golf Outlets USA
Golf Shoes Plus
Edwin Watts Golf
NGC Golf UK
Break 80 Today
The Golfers Warehouse
C G Golf
Par Golfer Online
Just Golf Online
IN THE HOLE! golf
Golf iz us (awin)
Where Golf Costs Less. One of the leading UK online golf stores stocking all the leading brands as well as discounted products and regular special offers
Online Golf - UK
Boston West Golf Club
Specialists in Hippo Golf Clubs
Going Golf - especially good for the golf novice (Were with Paid On Results)
Golf holidays at Delta Vacations
Benson Golf Company
The Belvedere Hotel, Fife
Golf Tourism Australia - was http://www.golftourismaustralia.com/
Golf Products UK (awin)
Golfing Elite (af)
In the game of Golf, the idea is to whack a golf ball with a golf club such that the ball ends up in the hole. The hole is a considerable distance away, but you are allowed several attempts, hitting the ball from where it lands in the previous attempt. The fewer the number of shots required, the better. A golf hole is calibrated to require a particular number of attempts, which is "par" for that hole. Achieving one under-par is good and is termed "a birdie". Two under-par is termed "an eagle", and three under-par is "an albatross" (with a passing reference to the endangered bird species). Considerable technique and skill is required in golf. The ultimate achievement is a "hole in one" which requires getting the ball to go in the hole on the first shot. That requires both skill and luck!
Also see Well done to Bill Gates!
Also see the Earth/Moon/Sun compared for size and orbit using a golf course as a backdrop: Earth, Moon, Sun - which goes around which?
More GOLF "links" are going to be added!