Frisbee Disc Golf Terms
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Use 3 or 4 finger grip, bend the wrist, snap the wrist with a flat release.
3 finger with disk resting against the little finger or 2 finger grip with disk resting against ring finger with the thumb on top, snap wrist on release.
3 fingers, disk backward over the shoulder and vertical to the ground. Bend the wrist and bring arm forward for the release.
Person in the group farthest back from the disk basket should throw fist on the next throw.
Lifetime activity, improves hand eye coordination, balance and throwing skills.
The flight of the ball curving to the left caused by hitting across the ball from the inside out.
The ball curving to the right caused by hitting the ball from outside in.
The position taken by a player in preparation to start a stroke.
The course between the teeing ground and the putting green, exclusive of hazards.
The un kept area surrounding the fairway or green. The lie may not be improved in the rough.
Permitting a second hit of a badly played ball-usually on a tee shot (not permitted under rules but by mutual agreement in friendly matches).
A warning cry a ball may be headed towards you.
Player with the lowest score on the previous hole has "honors" and tees off first on the next hole.
The player the furthest distance away from the hole should always hit first.
Standard score for a hole.
A score of one under par for a hole.
A score of two under par for a hole.
A score of one over par for a hole.
Used to tee off from further distances.
Used on the fairway.
Used on the putting green.
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