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Rural Golf Club _DSC0152

There are many rural golf clubs throughout Australia. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Clean Hole _DSC0142

Rural putting greens tend to standout from their urban cousins in that some are made of sand rather then grass thus more contrasting. They are also easier to maintain and do not rely on water. After putting is completed the container which represents the 'hole' is removed by one of the players, and any sand in the container emptied out. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Club Transport _DSC0151

When it comes to carrying golfers and their clubs to the course various modes of transport are used including cattle trucks. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Concentration _DSC0138

Rural putting greens tend to standout from their urban cousins in that some are made of sand rather then grass thus more contrasting. They are also easier to maintain and do not rely on water. According to golfers concentration is still required when playing on sand greens as they can run just as fast and vary in speed just the same as grass putting greens. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Fast Running _DSC0136

Rural putting greens tend to standout from their urban cousins in that some are made of sand rather then grass thus more contrasting. They are also easier to maintain and do not rely on water. According to golfers sand greens run just as fast and vary in speed just the same as grass putting greens. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Knees Bend _DSC0157 a

Teeing off can be an art on rural golf courses as they tend not to be maintained to the degree of most urban golf courses When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Less Manicured _DSC0129

The fairways on country golf courses tend to be less manicured than those found in more urban locations When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Lining Up _DSC0133

Rural putting greens tend to standout from their urban cousins in that some are made of sand rather then grass thus more contrasting. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Loosening Up _DSC0155 a

When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging. But when teeing off things can become a bit hazardous such as with clubs sometimes swinging in various directions.

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Part of the Game _DSC0145

When golfers have finished putting it is the job of one player to smooth out the sand with the specially supply piece of equipment for the next golfers to arrive. Rural putting greens tend to standout from their urban cousins in that some are made of sand rather then grass thus more contrasting. They are also easier to maintain and do not rely on water. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Sand Putting Green _DSC0135

Rural putting greens tend to standout from their urban cousins in that some are made of sand rather then grass thus more contrasting. They are also easier to maintain and do not rely on water. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Signs to Instruct _DSC0148

Signs to help golfers navigate the course. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Smoothing _DSC0147

When golfers have finished putting it is the job of one player to smooth out the sand with the specially supply piece of equipment for the next golfers to arrive. Rural putting greens tend to standout from their urban cousins in that some are made of sand rather then grass thus more contrasting. They are also easier to maintain and do not rely on water. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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Smoothing Out _DSC0146

When golfers have finished putting it is the job of one player to smooth out the sand with the specially supply piece of equipment for the next golfers to arrive. Rural putting greens tend to standout from their urban cousins in that some are made of sand rather then grass thus more contrasting. They are also easier to maintain and do not rely on water. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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The Odd Obsticle _DSC0131

Obstacles such as trees can become a bit intrusive when playing a round on some rural golf courses. When it comes to country golf many of the airs and graces associated with this game tend to disappear, but it is no less fun or challenging.

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