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:

Grips

Short irons shots

Long irons shots

Putting

Driving

Rules

Etiquette

Playing strategy

V.   LEARNER OUTCOMES:  Student will be able to play golf, keep score, and behave on the golf course according to golf etiquette.

 

VI.  EVALUATION:

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:

Critical Thinking
Personal Development