Basic Rules of Golf
The first basic rule is not to speak or make noises or gestures that may be distracting the opponent while hitting through the ball.

When a player is going to hit the ball, you must make sure that the hole is free or that the group that precedes him this to a reasonable distance for not beating them. You should also make sure that any person in the trajectory of the ball. In the case of someone who shout to warn and apologize personally by the fact.

The player who takes his ball farther from the hole has the right to strike first.
In the event that a player of the group lost his ball in a forest, shrubs, etc. , the others players, by courtesy, should help to fetch it.

In the event that a player touch him hit the ball from a bunker, it must be raking the place of impact after the coup d’√©tat to smooth the sand (next to the bunkers must have rakes: it is an obligation of the club).

In the greens need to be very careful with the small holes or pits that normally left the balls when dropped. When this happens there is to fix them flattening the green. Also be careful with the imaginary lines that exist in the greens between the ball and the hole, as if along this line, there are footprints, these may cause a change in the trajectory of the ball.

Close to the lakes there are areas that dropeo serve for when the ball falls into one of them: the player must release the ball of refitting to shoulder height to continue playing the hole.

It is necessary to be honest counting the penalty points that should be added to remove the ball out of the field boundaries or if it falls to a lake.

In addition to these general rules, the golf clubs tend to have own rules.

Blows and Basic Clubs

* Drive: long shot from the fairway, before reaching the green . To run this coup, there are several sticks: Drive or timber 1, which is the hit hardest – why it is used in the tees, holes for the long-; the timber 3, 4, 5, 7, 9 and 11, which serve to strike hard at the fairway or bunkers that are long-distance of the hole and the irons, they strike in the fairway and from bunkers, and roughs -are the irons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9-.

* Approach: short shot to hit the ball onto the green . Runs with two special clubs: the SW, which is the least “pastes” (it is also used in the bunkers that are close to a green) or the PW, which prints to the ball more force.

* Putt: runs on the green. Unlike the others, the ball does not leave the ground. This stroke is highly accurate, as this is the stroke that takes the ball to the hole. In order to run, there is that calculate the strength and direction you’re going to paste the ball; the stroke and the club runs are the same name.