Introduction of a golf flag
Refers to a flagged, movable pole set in the center of the hole. The whole number is marked on the flag, which can point players away from the green.
What do the red, yellow, and white flags on a golf hole mean?
The color of the flag represents the distance from the hole to the tee. Each golf course has its own regulations, generally red, white, yellow, blue, and other colors, but there are only three colors of small flags every day, indicating the three positions of the front, middle, and rear of the hole, and the difference is about 10 yards.
In addition, the color of the flagpole is mainly to distinguish the front and rear positions of the hole, and the position of the flagpole can also be known by the white ball on the flagpole or other methods.
Red: indicates the hole is in the front;
White: Indicates the hole is in the middle;
Blue: This indicates that the hole is at the back, but since blue is not easy to see, it can be replaced by yellow.