Lightweight 2.3KG, lightweight version, light to go into battle, no restraint on the court.
Front pocket rubber flat handle, comfortable grip.
Multiple zippered storage pockets for easy storage of balls, TEE and other small accessories.
The leather is made of high-quality 360-degree waterproof fabrics and waterproof zippers. There are ironing and pressing waterproof strips at each seam. Even if it rains heavily, the items in the bag will not get wet. The large side pull pockets can put your jacket. A velvet lined valuables pocket.
The upgraded version of the stable bracket, the foot pad is widened and stable, anti-slip, triangular stable structure, and increases the stability of the ball bag.
The ball bag is designed with a variety of practical storage bags, which can meet your various needs, high-hardness two-color base, nylon waterproof fabric, fine machining, and high-temperature ironing waterproof strips for each seam.
5 independent jacks, can put 5 clubs, reduce the collision of the crowded club head, and the integrated handle makes the handling and grip more comfortable.
There is a towel ring, there is a Velcro button for the glove.
Two-tone chassis, made of high-hardness plastic.
The color of the pressing frame on the zipper side can be changed according to your design, and your LOGO can be set on the side, with high brand recognition.
Thickened double shoulder straps are comfortable and breathable, easy to carry, and adjustable in length.
A golf course is a venue required for golf. A standard golf course consists of 18 holes (Hole), each hole has a prescribed score, called par (Par), and the par score is 72. There are tee boxes, fairways, greens and obstacles such as rough grass, bunkers, and pools in the course.
Each golf hole has unequal distances due to changes in terrain. Usually, the unequal distances are divided into three types: long, medium and short. Among the 18 holes, there are four long and short distance holes each, and ten medium distance holes, which are arranged in a mixed arrangement. Most of the courses will have an even distribution of pools (one penalty for launching), and out-of-bounds. Ball OB (out of bounds penalty two strokes), white stakes will be erected next to the OB line, and the hole can be divided into rough area, fairway area, bunker, etc. Each golf course has its own rules.
Most of the hole divisions of the course are: 4 par-3 holes, 10 par-4 holes, 4 par-5 holes, and the standard of clubs is no more than 14 clubs as the upper limit. Will use a driver, two fairway woods, nine irons, a putter and a special purpose club.
The standard score of different distances: 5 shots above 431 meters, 4 shots from 430.9 meters to 229.1 meters, 3 shots below 229 meters, the setting of the course par is based on the overall distance and distribution of the fairway. 18 holes of par 72, with occasional par 70 or 71 courses. In professional golf, a game is usually more than four rounds, and the women’s team is usually three rounds.
The quality of the greens is not the same. In general, the best greens are those that are well cared for so that the ball rolls smoothly against the cut grass. Golfers generally describe good greens as faster, on which a light shot can roll far. On the contrary, if the ball rolls a considerable distance on it, it takes a lot of effort to hit the ball, such a green is called slow (slow) (depending on the grass species, length, and growth direction of the green to determine the speed of the green) Due to the undulating terrain of the green, the batter will feel its difficulty.
When measuring the ball speed of the green, first select an area of 3m × 3m on the green, and then place the ball in the groove of the ball speed tester (stimp meter) to determine whether the ball will roll. Then determine whether it is affected by the slope. If it is affected by the slope, measure the uphill rolling distance (Su) and the downhill rolling distance (Sd). The measured green speed adjusted for slope effect = 2 × (Su × Sd) /(Su+Sd). Generally greens have a certain slope, but there are differences in the size of the slope.