||A hole in one.
||When Stance is taken and the club is lined to hit the ball.
|Adjusted Gross Score
||Your score after you apply your handicap stroke allowance.
||Repairing the Green
||Three under Par (-3)
||Position of the body prior to striking the ball
||Tie score in match play
||A competition, two
member hit the ball aslternately
||A shot intended to hit the green.
||Furthest from the hole, Usually player away hits the ball first
||The last nine holes of an 18 hole course.
||Furthest back placement of the tee
||Ball rotating backwards
||Indentation made by a ball upon landing on the green.
||Same as bunker.
||A competition, the
best net score to record on the scorecard for each hole.
||One Stroke under par (-1)
||Golfer wanting the ball to stop yells ou "Bite"
||Types of Irons with a full smooth back along with a thin top
||One stroke above par (+1)
|Bump and run
||A shot that lands short of the pin and rolls towards the hole.
||Person assisting golf to carry the bag, read the greens, clean
the club, etc.
||A kind of golf format used in tourney where golfers do not have
real handicap indexes. Usualy
one-day handicapping system.
||Spot after a out of bounds shot
||Two under Par (-2)
||Green located higher than tee or fairway
||A trajectory or ball flight in which the golf ball comes off the
clubface moving to the left of the target before curving gently back to the
right (for a right-handed golfer; reverse directions for a left-hander).
||The playing area between the tee and the green bordered by rough.
||Or chunk, digging the ground, instead of hitting the ball
||Grass adjacent to fairway, closely mowed rough area
||A loud call to warn a golfer of an errant shot
||A match play, Four players two per team, using better scoring
system to detremine the wining team
||The short grass surrounding the green before the fairway grass
||The first nine holes
||Putt conceded by another player, as if putt has been holed on
||The direction of the grass
|Green in Regulation (GIR)
||The number of shots hit
required to hit the green. Always
two shots less than the par of the hole.
||The total numebr of strokes
in a round
|Ground Under Repair
the course under repair, relief is allowed without penalty.
||An unskilled golf er
|Halve A Hole
||In match play, refers to a tie a hole
|Halve A Match
||In match play, refers to a tie a match
||The number of strokes a player is over par.
||Permanent features on the golf course designed to obstruct play.
||Location on the green even with the hole.
|Hole In One
||The ball goes straight into the hole from your tee shot.
||To finish play on one hole by hitting the ball into the hole.
||Last player to win a hole ( Honor) tees off first.
||The extreme of a “draw”
||A short compact swing played to control trajectory, spin and
||Hitting the ball short of green to prevent miss shot. Also known
as managing a course.
||The position and condition around a ball at rest.
||The intended path of the golf ball.
||Golf course within only a few miles of a major body of water.
Characteristically with open rolling fairways, lots of sand, high grass and brush.
||The edge of the hole.
||When you try to hit a shot where the flies to maximum height and short distance. Normally
used when you are trying to avoid an obstacle. Phil
rules at a given course you must follow.
||That part of your game where you hit the ball over 160 yards.
||A form of competition where each hole is won, lost or tied
||Replaying any one shot during a round without
penalty. Recommend to set # of Mulligans before the game.
score after hand icap
place you gather after playing 18 holes.
bounds. The area outisde the golf course not permitted to hit the ball.
impact when clun faces opens causing ball to slice
score ( +/- 0)
the same side in the same group or match.
added to a player’s score due to a rule infringement.
the green even with the hole.
of a hole on a putting green.
||A Second bet
or Increasing a bet during a match after it started.
shot, unsure of what may have happened to the first shot.
compact low trajectory shot, typically hit from rough or below the wind
||When you hit
the ball such that it rolls freely on impact with the green.
move the ball without penalty.
||The high and
thick grass area adjacent to the
fairway and green.
||The distance that the ball
continues to travel after it’s initial impact with the ground.
||Team competition where
players play from the position of the best ball of a team member after every
stroke or drive.
||Player who scores a net
score of even or better, or player without handycap.
in which teams start from different holes at the same time
||Best hole in
a course usually most photogenic.
asking the ball to stop.
game that awards the money to the player with the lowest score on a hole.
top of the driver caused by miss hit
||A shot that
curves dramatically left to right as a result of sidespin. (For a right
applied to every course measuring the degree of difficulty.
the way the golfers stand or position their feet before they play a stroke.
||Cumulative total number of
strokes determines the winner.
||The preferred spot on the
club face, nornally right I the middle of the club face, to strike the ball.
||Scheduled starting time of a
||To hold the flagstick such
that a player may aim for it and then remove it as the balls approaches.
||Three over Par (+3)
||The ups and downs and uneven
contour of the green
|| The ball is in such a spot that a
golfer decides that it cannot be played. A stroke penalty
||When you miss the green in
regulation but still achieve par.
||When your ball comes to rest
on an uphill slope.
||Abbreviation of United
States Golf Association.
||Type of fairwood with
smaller head and different loft
||Hazard area that ia made of
||A big powerful swing
intended to hit the ball but connects only the air, causing not only backache but
heartache for your and your family and friends