PED 133 GOLF I
DIVISION: Arts and Sciences DATE: February 2014
CURRICULA IN WHICH COURSE IS TAUGHT: PED Elective
COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: PED 133, Golf I (1 Credit)
CREDITS: 1 HOURS/WEEK LECTURE: 0 HOUR/WEEK LAB: 3
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I. CATALOG DESCRIPTION: PED 123, GOLF I (1 credit) teaches basic skills of golf, rules, etiquette, scoring, terminology, equipment selection and use, and strategy.
II. RELATIONSHIP OF THE COURSE TO CURRICULA OBJECTIVES IN WHICH IT IS TAUGHT: PED elective.
III. REQUIRED BACKGROUND: None
IV. COURSE CONTENT:
Short irons shots
Long irons shots
V. LEARNER OUTCOMES: Student will be able to play golf, keep score, and behave on the golf course according to golf etiquette.
1. Primary objectives and secondary objectives 20%
2. Class participation – General attitude 20%
3. Practical written examination 20%
4. Golf skills 20%
5. Write paper on golf 20%
VII. This course supports the following objectives:
DCC Educational Objectives: