A golf course is the grounds where the sport of golf is played. It consists of a series of holes, each consisting of a tee box, a fairway, the rough and other hazards, and a green with a cylindrical hole in the ground, known as a "cup". The cup holds a flagstick, known as a "pin". A standard round of golf consists of 18 holes. Most courses contain 18 holes; some share fairways or greens, and a subset has nine holes, played twice per round. Par-3 courses consist of nine or 18 holes all of which have a par of three strokes.
Many older courses are links, often coastal. The first golf courses were based on the topography of sand dunes and dune slacks with a ground cover of grasses, exposed to the wind and sea. Courses are private, public, or municipally owned, and typically feature a pro shop. Many private courses are found at country clubs.
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I am looking for bachelors of physics in Europe taught in english, excluding UK and Ireland.
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After a long time, I think I want to go back to school. I want to go to an online college.
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What I could find meanwhile are: "How Things Work: An Introduction to Physics" from Coursera
and "Intro to Physics" from Udacity.
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I created a thread earlier on something a student can do for an online course in STEM. Here's another one, and this time, it applies to both students and instructors in equal measures.
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From experience, up to what age can the brain and neurons still able to study physics? Steven Weinberg is already 80+ years old. Is his brain still as good as when he was in the 20s?
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I want to...
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To the people who took AP Physics C in high school and then took the introductory Calc-based physics sequence in college; how does Physics C compare to the Intro Sequence?
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Single Variable and Multivariable Calculus
Discrete Math and Applied Math
Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometries
Trigonometry and Rational Trigonometry
Linear Algebra and Abstract Algebra