Did you know that the Scottish weren't the original inventors of golf? Sure, it was in 15th-century Scotland that the version of the game we know today was cultivated and became popular, but that game was actually based on a ball-hitting game that goes back to Roman times, or it's at least similar to the game paganica they played then, as well as a Chinese game played in the 8th to 15th centuries and games played around that time in Persia, France, the Netherlands, and even England. It is thanks to the Scots, though that it can now be found everywhere. There hasn't been such a great innovation in the game until...it went online.
Golf is a popular break for generations of players, who get up early in the morning to wander the fairway perfecting their shot precision. But even when you can't go golfing in the real world – you're too far away, the weather's not cooperating, you're at (sigh) work – you can still take a golf break from the daily grind with our golf games online.