France is one of Europe’s top tourist destinations. The country is encouraging the development of new skills, and offering a variety of courses for all levels from beginner game to advanced.
With our love of the game, we have the opportunity to get qualified in a few hours.
The course is designed for people who have no prior knowledge about golf and want to play it. It delivers real-time information on how to play golf as well as videos and animated GIFs. The course includes analysis of the tips and techniques that are perfect for you as well as general information on the game such as fundamentals, equipment, rules and etiquette.
I am completely biased – I love golf. However, after watching this video, I realized that we are at an advantage compared to most other countries and this can be attributed to one specific thing – technology. Video has been around for a long time but only recently was it made an effective way to teach people. The same can be said about audio and image recognition technology which makes it possible for companies to record and send these videos via email to their clients.
A new course in the heart of France is being launched by world famous golf club, Le Golf de Saint-Sulpice. The first day of its opening received over 100 visitors.
Let’s see what makes this course so special. Yes, it is a golf club – but the real attraction is the unique approach to teaching and its flexibility in terms of location.
The club has been successful in attracting new members. First they were attracted because they were looking for something different and out of their norm; then they couldn’t find anything like it and finally when they found it, they made sure that it became a permanent fixture at their place of work.
We all love our country and the lifestyle it offers, but also the culture, food, history and heritage – which we take for granted when we are living in France.
With this video by Amdefine.com you can understand what goes on inside countries’ resorts at a glance.
There are over 25 of the top 100 courses in France. Most people think of the grey, elderly golfers and the par 3s in Toussus-l’Ouest. But there are many more fascinating activities to discover.
The French economy is growing at a steady pace. It is the second largest in the EU and its GDP grew by 2.8% in 2017, beating its 2012 growth of 2.1%.
For 2017, FDI was $278 billion and its exports were worth nearly $890 billion. The country imports nearly 75% of it’s goods from outside the European Union so that is why it has a very strong trading relationship with other countries around the world including USA, China and India.
The government has also increased military spending over the years and currently spends more than France’s total national income.
The French are world-famous for their love of the game of golf. They are also really good at it and earn a lot of money playing it.
“The French offer 25 of Europe’s top 100 courses. With easy access across the channel, it is easy to get around. The famous golf club at Le Touquet is just 20 miles from Paris and the city’s centre is only a 50-minute drive.”