Golf courses in Iceland

After a few trips to Iceland I have been able to see many differences in regards to Spanish and Icelandic golf courses.

Knowing that Spain has just over 46 million inhabitants against 331,000 that Iceland has, Iceland has nevertheless 63 federate golf courses plus some non-federate.

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Golf is no longer a closed area

Golf is a sport where the swing means everything. A synchronised movement of the hands, arms and body, which generates a force at the head of the club which on impact with the ball reaches a great speed (between 70 and 100 km/h) and the ball leaves towards the target. It is not easy. A lot of muscles are needed to make this movement and, in spite of the ball being immobile, the difficulty is the small target of impact.

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Why play golf

It is true that it is not the first sport that comes to mine. The omnipresence of football throws other sports off the map; close by are basketball, tennis, athletics… Therefore the parents of the majority of the youth of Spain are naturally inclined to these close and accessible sports, of which personally I have nothing against; on the contrary.

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