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I think what you say is probably the trick to night golf. The little experience I have had with night golf has given me just the same results. You can’t really worry about the way the ball is going to break on the green or for that matter, take into consideration any other factor because really, you can’t gauge anything close to perfectly in the dark, so you just forget about it. And what we have in the end is really a golf game of pure feel which is just how it should be, for passionate amateur golfers anyway. Most of the pros, though, complain quite a lot about this format because they need everything perfectly suited to their needs and any little information that is concealed can become unbelievably irritating for them.

So while the Formula1 world might have a night grand prix now, a night golf professional tournament is not something that is going to happen anytime soon. But it would be fun to see such a thing. It is something that can perhaps be given some serious thought though I don’t see anything happening anytime soon.
10/04/09 @ 16:08
Comment from: Boston Taxi [Visitor]
You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and extremely broad for me. I am looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!
01/13/11 @ 15:38

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