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If your business/organization has a physical location then it may be listed once in Regional and once in Sports/Golf

No websites are listed here.

Please suggest them to their locality category in Regional and to the appropriate sub category within Sports/Golf.

This category is a collection of links to the golf categories within the Regional Directory.

This category is a collection of sites with chat rooms and message forums for golf enthusiasts.
Please submit sites about places to actually play golf in Sports/Golf/Courses.
Includes sites about groups of golfers that have formed a club or society to provide social or competitive outings. Also includes sites for communities of golfers, drawing participants from the local or worldwide community.

Guidelines: Submit websites once to the most relevant category. Multiple submissions or careless submissions slow the process. Review the sub-categories to find the most appropriate category for the site. Find the lowest level category appropriate to the site being submitted. Sites under construction will not be listed and submissions will be deleted.

Descriptions should include specific information of the unique qualities and features of the site contents. Avoid advertising hype, overuse of capitalization, and emphatic punctuation. Do use the English language, proper grammar, and a spell-checker.

Affiliate sites, multiple URL''s for the same organization, and mirror sites won''t be listed.

The ODP reserves the right to alter or replace a proposed description at any time at its sole discretion and editorial judgment.

If your site''s focus is selling golf products online , please submit it to the proper subcategory of Shopping: Sports: Golf. Non-English sites should be submitted to the proper language in World. Non-English sites will NOT be listed anywhere in Sports: Golf.

This category is for the sites of individual golf courses, golf course directory sites, tee-time reservations sites, and course management companies. Please list your company or club under the appropriate sub-category.
Sites listed here will focus on general aspects of golf course architecture, and/or represent companies offering a range of golf course design and construction services to many different geographical areas.
Sites for course architecture companies belong in Business/Construction_and_Maintenance/Landscaping/Architects/Golf_Course.
Sites for localised course construction companies belong in the appropriate subcategory of Regional.

Sites about companies offering services not specific to golf courses belong in the appropriate subcategory of Business/ and/or Regional.

There is currently no description created for this category.
Web sites that contain data relating to golf in a searchable format. For example listings of courses, instructors, clubs, or golf destinations to name a few.
This category contains sites for clubs, organizations and resources that support disabled golf.
Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible. Find the single most appropriate category for your site. With few exceptions, sites are listed in the directory in one category only. Submit your site using your main url. Use your site''s actual title. Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content). Look at other listings to use as a guide for what''s acceptable. Do not use first person verbiage (we, our, us). Do not use marketing verbiage. (We''re the best!, Most awesome site, Check it Out!) Do not use the words " and more!" in the description of your site. Sites which are gateways or splash pages to affiliate sites will not be added. Sites which are under construction, significantly lacking in content, or have inactive pages, excessive spelling errors or links will not be added. Sites not significantly in English should be submitted to the World category and will not be listed here. All sites are reviewed periodically and deleted if found to be inactive.
For ODP listing purposes, a "Driving Range" is defined as either an indoor or outdoor facility whose primary purpose is the practice of golf or recreational functional known as "ball beating." It may have peripheral functions such as batting cages, but golf must be the primary purpose. If instruction is also a function of the center, determine whether the primary element is a place of recreation or practice or the function of teaching, coaching or instructing. If the primary purpose is the former, submit here. If it is the latter, submit in Golf/Instruction.
Please note that this category is only for sites ABOUT specific golfers and not for sites FOR golfers. If your site is of interest to golfers, but not about individual golfers, then you should find a more suitable category to submit to. Submitting such sites here will only lead to a delay in processing your submission.
This category is a collection of pages dedicated to specific golfers and includes biographical and fan pages.
This category is a collection of jokes, cartoons or funny anecdotes about the sport of golf or golfers themselves.
Sites submitted here should have active content relating to instruction. Sites that primarily introduce individual golf teachers and professionals, their curriculum, online instruction, golf tips, interactive golf lessons, and swing and game analysis may be submitted here. Sites that primarily focus on group situations, such as schools and academies,lesson fees and contact information should be listed in the subcategory Sports: Golf: Instruction: Golf Schools.

Sites that primarily promote or market training aids, equipment, instructional videos or books or which only provide lesson fees and contact information should be submitted in a Shopping category, such as Shopping: Sports: Golf.

We have developed the category of Golf Instruction to provide information that will help them learn and gain the ability to play this great game. Information about instructors, programs, philosophies, methods and tips are appropriate. Sites that only serve as portals to market programs or products should not be listed here.
This category is a collection of sites about the sport of miniature golf with sites about courses and course designers.
Please note that sites or pages featuring nothing but a single news or content feed (from, for example, Moreover Golf or sports.com) are not eligible for their own listing.
Sites for newspapers, television stations, magazines, publishing entities that relate to golf. Also includes internet based media sites. Does not include personal golf sites, or link sites.

Guidelines: Submit websites once to the most relevant category. Multiple submissions or careless submissions slow the process. Review the sub-categories to find the most appropriate category for the site. Find the lowest level category appropriate to the site being submitted. Sites under construction will not be listed and submissions will be deleted.

Descriptions should include specific information of the unique qualities and features of the site contents. Avoid advertising hype, overuse of capitalization, and emphatic punctuation. Do use the English language, proper grammar, and a spell-checker.

Affiliate sites, multiple URL''s for the same organization, and mirror sites won''t be listed.

The ODP reserves the right to alter or replace a proposed description at any time at its sole discretion and editorial judgment.

If your site''s focus is selling golf products online , please submit it to the proper subcategory of Shopping: Sports: Golf. Non-English sites should be submitted to the proper language in World. Non-English sites will NOT be listed anywhere in Sports: Golf.

This Category is for Golf Organizations, to include Associations, leagues, and Tours. All submissions should fit into one of the sub-categories listed below.
Pitch and Putt is an organised and independent sport developed mainly in Ireland since the 1940s. Traditionally, the holes measure up to 70 metres (with a total length of maximum 1,000 metres) and the players may only use an iron and a putter. The game is played from raised artificial teeing surfaces using a tee and it has its own handicap system. As Pitch and Putt developed in other territories, the distances and number of clubs are, in some cases, somewhat different as far as local competitions are concerned. Nevertheless for international competitions, compromise rules apply as per the Definition section – International Pitch and Putt defined. In all cases Pitch and Putt has its own handicap system and applies the Rules of the Royal & Ancient St. Andrew’s with the exceptions that are specifically approved in each country. The Pitch and Putt Union of Ireland has a comprehensive set of Pitch and Putt specific rules.
This category contains sites that provide golf information that are not covered under a specific category. Specialty software, handicap information.
Find sites relating to the rules and etiquette for the game of golf. Sites that may be included may deal with definitions of the rules, guides to etiquette, and explanation of rulings, amongst other things.

Guidelines: Submit websites once to the most relevant category. Multiple submissions or careless submissions slow the process. Review the sub-categories to find the most appropriate category for the site. Find the lowest level category appropriate to the site being submitted. Sites under construction will not be listed and submissions will be deleted.

Descriptions should include specific information of the unique qualities and features of the site contents. Avoid advertising hype, overuse of capitalization, and emphatic punctuation. Do use the English language, proper grammar, and a spell-checker.

Affiliate sites, multiple URL''s for the same organization, and mirror sites won''t be listed.

The ODP reserves the right to alter or replace a proposed description at any time at its sole discretion and editorial judgment.

If your site''s focus is selling golf products online , please submit it to the proper subcategory of Shopping: Sports: Golf. Non-English sites should be submitted to the proper language in World. Non-English sites will NOT be listed anywhere in Sports: Golf.

This category is for sites dedicated to a specific golf tournament or outing. The sites listed and maintained here should be annual events, and must be kept up to date to retain a listing.
This category is a collection of sites that offer travel opportunities and packages for golfers.

Please read carefully:
Please submit the website to the most appropriate sub-category when possible. For example, a site about golf travel in Canada should be submitted to Sports/Golf/Travel/North_America/Canada/ and NOT to Sports/Golf/Travel.

Failure to follow these simple guidelines will greatly delay review of the website.

This category is a collection of sites that offer travel opportunities and packages for golfers.
This category is a collection of sites that cater specifically to female golfers.
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