Golf Course and Karting (Stock Footage)

Golf Course and Karting (Stock Footage)

A kart is a land vehicle, usually single-seater, without suspension and with or without bodywork elements, with four wheels and the two front wheels performing the steering control, and the rear wheels are receiving the traction force, which can be by pedal or a motor. Its main parts are: the chassis (included the body), the tires, the engine.

The sport practiced with karts, karting is called.

Golf is a sport in which players use different types of clubs to throw a ball through a series of holes in a vast expanse of land, using the lowest possible number of strokes. It is one of the few ball sports that do not require a standardized playing area. Instead, the sport is played on a golf course which usually consists in a progression of nine or eighteen holes. Each hole includes an initial field area (T) and a final area (green), in which is the hole itself. Between the two areas there are several standardized types of terrain and obstacles, and each hole has a unique configuration.

The golf competitions are usually punctuated due to the lower number of individual strokes or stroke play, or the lowest score on each individual hole during a complete round of a player or a team, or match play. The stroke play format, however, is the most common in all competitions.

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