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The origin of golf you never imagined

The history of golf can be traced back to the east coast of Scotland in the 15th century. It is a sport with a long history and rich culture. The earliest golf balls were composed of clubs and small balls made of tree branches, the earliest golf balls were handmade balls made of wool or bristles, and the holes for early games were also formed naturally. Back then, golf balls were called "gowf" and courses were called "links" and were usually stretches of sand or sand bordered by seagrass or vegetation.

Golf originated in Scotland, and today's 18-hole golf system is also formulated by Scotland. There is also the oldest golf club in the world. In the 16th century, golf began to develop in various parts of Scotland, and gradually spread to England and other countries. In the 17th century, many golf clubs were established and some standard rules and regulations were established. For example, the standard size of the hole and the maximum number of strokes in the game. In the 18th century, Scotland began to build professional golf courses. At the end of the 19th century, golf was introduced to England and the United States. Golf became a popular international sport. At the same time, the rules and equipment of golf were further improved, such as the introduction of different types of clubs such as irons and woods.

The International Golf Federation was established in 1904. At the beginning of the 20th century, golf has become a popular sport all over the world. There are many golf courses and golf clubs all over the world, and they attract a large number of fans and enthusiasts. A number of large-scale golf events have been held, such as the US Open and the British Open, and many famous players have also appeared, such as Duncan White, Betty James, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, etc. Modern golf is also constantly developing with the development of technology and the reform of events, such as the introduction of electronic scoring systems and more complex hole designs.

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