Golf is a Sport of Equality – Sponsoring Janne Kaske
Why Sponsor Golf?
Golf is a sport of its own. It is one of the few sports where players of different levels can compete against each other in the so-called. It would be harder to do the same, for example, in racket games or in any team sport. A golf handicap system, in which a more inexperienced player gets a higher handicap, allows a player to compete against a player with a lower handicap. When you start playing golf, your handicap will be 54 strokes. Handicap means that 54 strokes are added to the ideal score for the field, which is usually 72 strokes, and with that total score, the player achieves his own par score. Each player should play at least four rounds per year, and the result will be reported to their own club so that the handicap is adapted to the player’s skills. As skills develop through active practice and play, the handicap can drop very quickly.
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