Beginner’s Guide to Putting Green Flags

Different golf courses around the world invest in putting green flags and place these all over the place for aesthetic and functional reasons. Primarily, these are useful for players to identify which part of the course is the putting green. Since you’re driving the ball hundreds of meters from the initial spot, you have to know which direction you’re supposed to go by locating the putting flag. You can then drive the ball towards the putting green.

Putting green flags are also ideal in making the golf course look more conducive for playing and are a great way to welcome guests. These may indicate the name of the country club or the regular sponsors and companies that help in events and tournaments. During contests, you will find a variety of names and brands placed on the flag. These are excellent for marketing campaigns and spreading your brand to potential clients.

The flags may also show numbers which indicate the current part of the golf course you’re currently playing on. The putting green flags will feature which hole you’re now in so you can determine how close you are to the last hole. When playing on the putting green, the caddy will take out the flag as your ball slowly approaches. The putting green flags can be customized accordingly to match the surroundings. Usually, these only feature one color although others boast of unique patterns and logos. Golf clubs usually order these in bulk to save on expenses then position the flags throughout.

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