Experience the Evolution of Golf: Accessible, Enjoyable, and Fun for All!
Discover the exciting changes revolutionizing the game of golf today. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, you can now enjoy this timeless pastime like never before. With increased accessibility and a new level of enjoyment, golf is yours for the taking. So pick up your clubs, head to the course, and get ready for an unforgettable experience!
The introduction of new technologies to golf courses has revolutionized the way we play the game. Modern golfers can track their swings, analyze data with advanced software, and use apps to track their scores. With all the new gadgets available, golfers get an unprecedented look into their performance, helping them hone their skills quickly.
The traditional 18-hole round of golf has been supplemented with several fun and creative alternatives. Instead of playing the same course for four hours, golfers can now try different formats like Skins, Wolf or Nassau. These games add a new layer of competition and fun to the sport, while still keeping it within the spirit of the traditional game.
Not only are courses getting more technologically advanced, but they’re also becoming much friendlier to novice golfers. Many golf courses now offer shorter holes and special “family” tees that make the game much less intimidating for beginners.
Today the greens are manicured with the best and scientifically tested surfaces. For example, golf courses at The King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort feature premium MiniVerde®, ultra-dwarf Bermuda grass. Their green collars are 60” around each green and planted with Tifsport Bermuda. Bunkers have sand replaced. And fairways are planted with the rougher and more shade-tolerant Celebration Bermuda grass.
Most golf courses now offer all sorts of different clubs, from your traditional wood to hybrids and long irons. But more recently, there has been a surge in kids’ clubs. Clubs with shorter shafts, lighter heads and increased loft make the game easier for little ones. This has helped a whole new generation of children get into the sport.