A woman ready to tee off on one of the holes at this eighteen hole golf course in Valencia, Spain waits and studies the lay of the fairway as she waits for the group ahead of her to continue. This is a well known rule in the game of golf, that you cannot tee off until the leading group is well out of hitting range.Leaving her clubs and pull cart off of the tee box area, she pulls out her driver and then tees up her ball. From here, she will take a full swing and hope that her golf ball sails right down the center of the fairway. After finishing up her tee shot, she will put her club back in the bag, wait for everyone in her group to tee off and then walk the fairway to where her ball lies.Ladies and men's golf clubs vary in weight and when looking for a set of clubs, be sure your grip feels comfortable and the length of the clubs are right. A golf club can make a huge difference to your game when playing on any eighteen hole golf course, but your swing must be fairly precise so that the two can work together.A good tee shot is a great way to start a hole but be sure your iron shots and putting techniques all fall into play after that if you are looking for par. One wrong hit, could easily turn any hole into a bogey or double.Most people that play the Oliva Nova Golf Course when visiting Valencia, Spain, choose to walk the course with a pull cart. The walk is fairly easy so most seniors that play here find the exercise and sunshine very refreshing but those wanting to ride, golf carts are available. An early morning round at this eighteen hole golf course is the perfect start to your day when the sun is not too hot and then you can enjoy the beaches or sights in the afternoon.Woman playing golf at the Oliva Nova Golf Course, Club de Golf Oliva Nova in the town of Oliva Nova, an 18 hole golf Course, Costa Blanca, Valencia, Spain, Europe. Model Released.
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/6.3, exposure time of 1/320 sec. on ISO 100, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 100mm.
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