By The Numbers

9 Different Games To Play On The Golf Course

By ADAM STANLEY, Golf Canada

Golf is both thrilling and maddening, a way to have a singular escape or meet with friends, and a game for a lifetime that can be played by both the health-conscious and those who take it as an opportunity to raise a Steamwhistle and crush a hot dog.

But, when you’re looking for something even more for your next 18 holes, we’ve got you covered with an explainer of some fun games you could play with your group.

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You Won't Believe How One Guy Advanced to Korn Ferry Tour Q-School

There are crazy scorecards and then there's whatever the heck Evan Grenus turned in. The young pro from Glastonbury, Connecticut, made a triple bogey, a double bogey, and four bogeys during pre-qualifying for Korn Ferry Tour Q School — and still advanced!

How did Grenus cancel out all those blemishes on his card to shoot one over in the third round at stay inside the number to move on? By making three eagles and two birdies. Even crazier, though, was how he made those eagles. And when they happened in his round.

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The 81st Masters At A Glance

(photo: public domain pictures)

Golf fans around the world, even the casual ones, are well aware that this is Masters week. The annual harbinger of spring is also the signal that another golf season is upon us and after the winter many Canadians have suffered through, the blooming azaleas and rhododendrons, albeit on our television screens are a welcome sight for us all.

This year's edition is the 81st and sadly the first without Arnold Palmer since 1954. The 'King' donned the iconic green jacket as Masters champion 4 times, 1958, 1960, 1962 and 1964.

Below we present some facts and numbers related to the 2017 tournament.

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