There are several types of simple machines: Levers, pulleys, screws, wheel and axles. A golf club is considered a lever.
If you mean the place where golfers buy memberships and meet to play the game and have a drink afterward, that kind of golf club is also called a country club. If you mean the actual metal-headed clubs themselves--the tools that they swing to hit the ball with-- then I don't know another name that applies to all of them. But some of them can be grouped into different categories, because within the family of "clubs" you have "drivers" and "fairway woods" and "long irons" and "irons" and "wedges" and "putters."
The Northern Virginian Westfields Golf Site offers exceptional information about their golf course. They have contact information on their website, and a text-club, and also E-Club.
Yes, club is a common noun whether you plan to dance there or play Golf with it, the noun club is a general word for any club of any kind.
Getting the idea of swinging the correct way, and the fundamentals of a swing.
I thing is made of some kind of plastic, or metal, but a difrent metal then the others. But you can go to www.wikipedia.com and put: golf balls and they giv you the answer. thanks for the question
Yes, club is a common noun whether you plan to dance there or play golf with it, the noun club is a general word for any club of any kind.
This is a matter of personal taste. Whether you prefer links golf to inland golf, what kind of social life you can afford and whether the kudos of the name is important to you.
There is, ez go, club car. yamaha, toro, jacobsen, and many many more