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LINKS Learning: SuperMath: Golf

In this game, players use the tools available to determine the angle and distance they want their balls to go as they try to score as many holes in one as they can.
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Good golfers need to know math for more than just adding up their scores. They have to know about angles and estimating, too. In this game, players use the tools available to determine the angle and distance they want their balls to go as they try to score as many holes in one as they can. Both estimation and measurement skills, as well as calculation skills get a workout on this golf course. As with any good golf course, this one is harder than it looks, but that makes success so much more satisfying.

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