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Golf the Greatest Game Of all the games ever invented by man golf in my opinion is by far the greatest Golf is different than other games Golf challenges the mind body and soul Golf is not a game that is meant to be played against other people or even against the course it is a game that challenges the individual It forces a person to make decisions that can lead to a feeling of great accomplishment or to a feeling of hopelessness and despair To the average person golf my be just a game but to millions of golfers worldwide it is more than just a game it is a way of life It is something that is lived and breathed it is royal and ancient and it is the greatest game ever invented Golf is a game of tradition and ritual From the Green Jacket Ceremony at the Masters to the hallowed and haunted grounds of the Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland people drawn to the sport because of its tradition and timelessness It is an almost religious experience to walk the fairways of golfs sacred courses As a person strolls down the lush fairways of course such as St Andrews one can almost hear the roars of patrons from championships past echoing through time However with all of its tradition golf is still evolving and changing just the same is it has been doing for hundreds of years Some people feel that the most recent changes to the game are violating its history I say that change is a part of life and the modifications made to the game are a part of its life Golf as we know it today originated from a game played on the eastern coast of Scotland in the Kingdom of Fife during the 15th century Players would hit a pebble around a natural course of sand dunes rabbit runs and tracks
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