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>Just like being a Tour Professional, the player & guide will discuss the shot. The guide will tell him a distance, and suggest a club selection, and may also describe the landscape ahead, though sometimes it's better not to know you've got a 90 yard carry over the lake! Once they've agreed their strategy, the guide may verbally instruct the player on his set up, or he may physically set the club head directly behind the ball and align his player up as he feels best.

If all of this appeals to you as a challenge, and you'd like to get involved in our group as a guide, we would be delighted to hear from you. Our members are constantly looking for volunteers who can come along and help us round the course, we guarantee you will not regret it, we all have great fun, and we are competitive too!

Finally, it must be noted, that blind golf is played strictly to the Rules of Golf as laid down by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, where the only concession officially approved by them, is that a blind golfer may ground their club in a hazard.

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