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Would usually be called a links course.

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Q: What is the usual term for a golf course by the sea?
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Why is golf referred to as the links?

The links is simply a term referring to a type of golf course. A links golf course is one where the land that is golf course is on, is the land that 'links' the sea to the arable farming land.


What do we call where we play golf?

It is a golf links if the course is near the sea. Otherwise it is a golf course if further inland.


What is a golf course by the sea called?

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The highest altitude golf course is the Yak golf course at 13,025 feet (3,970m) above sea level in Kupup, East Sikkim, India, measured on 10 October 2006. Source: Guinness Book of World Records


Why are golf courses called links?

The term "links" dates back to the birth of golf itself on the shores of Scotland. It refers to a specific type of coastal golf course and its unique style of play. Golf was first played on the sandy stretches of land that linked the Scottish sea coasts to the fertile agricultural plains located inland. Too sandy to be farmed, this "linksland" was ideal for golf. The term has become synonymous with golf courses in general. A course might refer to itself as a "golf links" even though it shares none of the classic characteristics of a links.


Which golf club in England contains the highest point above sea level?

Alston Moor Golf Club, in Cumbria is the highest in England at 1,476 feet above sea level, with ten holes, the highest 18 hole golf course is Kington Golf Club in Herefordshire at 1280 feet above sea level.


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How many feet above sea level is North Augusta SC?

Officially 400ft. 490ft at the golf course.


Why are links golf courses so called?

Links land, is the land that links the sea and the arable farming land. The links land is unsuitable for farming, so it is ideal for a golf course.


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