Divot DO’s and DON’Ts

There are many sports that have that list of invisible rules. Golf is one of those sports, because of its rich history and exclusive nature; many of its rules have to do with etiquette and appearance.  One of those rules is to repair your divots.

Some of you are like “Divot”?

A Divot is that area of grass left in disarray on the fairway once you make a powerful attempt to advance your ball to the next hole.

It’s a mess when you think about it. In order to preserve the green and keep the grass alive, you are suppose to repair these divots yourself before advancing to the next hole.

Here is a short video that explains how to repair those divots,  and stay in the good graces of the grounds supervisors.



Happy Golfing!

Posted on March 24, 2012 at 2:41 am

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Krystle Funches

Krystle Funches hails from sunny Miami, Florida, where she is surrounded by some of the best golf courses. Her background is in media production and social media managing. She graduated from The Florida State University with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and Communication. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters of Science degree in Entertainment Business with a concentration in Sports Management. Krystle is excited to share what she is learning about golf and to keep ladies updated about events and news on the green.
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