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THE UNCOMPARABLE STORY OF GOLF What do we know about the game of golf We know that golfers hit a golf ball with a golf club We know that they are trying to get that golf ball into a small hole in as few hits as possible The way that the golfer play on TV play they make it look so easy They all have nice swings smooth-putting strokes and someone carrying that heavy golf bag around Golf hasnt always been like this though Golfers carried their own bags and the equipment wasnt made of state-of-the-art metal Have you ever heard of Tiger Woods Jack Nicklaus Arnold Palmer or of Bobby Jones Have you ever heard of St Andrews Pebble Beach or Augusta National How about the US Open the British Open the PGA Championship The Masters or the Ryder Cup Courses tournaments and people in some way have changed the game of golf When you change things about golf you are making everything such as the course the time frame the person or even equipment that was involved history Since golf historians are uncertain as to where golf was invented or who invented it the golf courses and players are the ones who have changed and given the game a history Well where did golf originate A few areas of the world claim that golf was originated there The first believed record of the game exists in Gloucester Cathedral England A sketch of a man appeared in a stained glass window preparing to hit a ball using a golf-like swing Some golf historians dont believe that this is golf though they believe that is was a game called cambuca More historians think it all started in Holland A famous Dutch golf historian thinks that golf was invented by using the game of chole and the rules of a different game called jeu de mail With the result of these two games was
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