Area set up in a natural environment for playing golf, usually with 18 holes.
Area for cars to park.
Lawn similar to the green where golfers practice putting.
Part of the course on the edge of the fairways where the grass grows freely.
Wooded part of the golf course.
Small shallow body of water that can be natural or man-made.
Natural or man-made body of water (such as a lake, pond, river or reservoir) that constitutes an obstacle for the golfer.
Grassy surface mown very short from which the player tees off; teeing grounds are arranged at various distances from the hole as a function of the players’ skill.
Grass-covered fairway that is surrounded by plant growth; the golfer covers its distance by hitting a ball, despite the obstacles.
Structure located usually near the first and last holes that provides various services to golfers (such as a bar, restaurant and lockers).
Section of the fairway of varying size that is filled with sand; if the ball becomes stuck here, the player uses a sand wedge to hit it out.
Mown part of the course between the teeing ground for the hole and its green.
Grass surface mown very short surrounding each of the course’s holes; the golfer uses a putter to roll the ball into the hole.
Lane for golf carts to follow along the course.