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Aim and alignment
The way you line up your boy and the club toward a target.
A long shot played from the teeing ground.
A shot that you play to get your ball onto the putting green.
A score in golf that two strokes under par on a hole.
A coin or small round disk that you use to show where to replace a ball that has been picked up on the green.
Correct behavior and courtesy on the golf course.
The little hollow spot that a ball leaves when it lands on the green. ( You can use a small tool to it the mark.)
On a hole, the grass between the tee and the green. ( Fairway grass is usually cut short.)
A score in golf that is one stroke under par on a hole.
A pole with a flag on it that is centered in the hole.
A score of one over par on any individual hole.
A warning shouted to alert other participants that you are about to him the ball or have hit a ball that is heading/headed toward them.
A hollow area on the golf course that is filled with sand.
The part of the golf course around the hole where the grass is cut the shortest.
A person who carries a golfer's bag and gives advice (when asked) about the golf course and how to play it.
How you place your hand and hold a club.
A short, low shot that you want to land on the green and roll towards the hole.
Areas of the golf course that create challenges for golfers. (These include bunkers, as well as lakes or ponds, for example.)
A chunk of grass and dirt chopped out of the ground by the golf club during a swing. ( Always put the divot back and tap it down.)
1. The small hole or cup cut into the green.
2. The part of a golf course consisting of a teeing ground, putting green, and the area in between. Also, if you "hole" your ball, you have hit it into the hole on the green.
A hole where the fairway bends around a corner.
The spot where the ball is sitting.
A score of two over par on any individual hole.
Out of Bounds
The area of a golf course that is outside the official playing area. Gold courses use white stakes or paint a white line on the ground to mark the out of bounds.
A score in golf that is three strokes under par on a hole.
The number of strokes a professional or elite participant would be expected to make on a hole.
The position of the feet when you are getting ready to hit the ball.
A stroke adde to the score of a golfer under the Rules of Golf.
When you swing at the ball and try to hit it, you have made a stroke. ( A swing and miss is counted as a stroke except, on the first shot from the teeing ground.) Add up the number of stroke you take to get your score.
A high shot played to the putting green having little or no roll.
A small peg put in the teeing ground to hold up the golf ball for your first shot on a hole.
To take part or engage in a game; the playing, action or conduct of a game.
Tee or Teeing Ground
The starting place for the hole to be played. It's shape and size is a rectangular area which is defined by two club-lengths in depth, from two tee-markers.
A shot played on the green in which you try to roll the ball into the hole.
A score of three over par on any individual hole.
A golf club that is used on the green to roll the ball into the hole.
A body of water on the golf course such as a lake or stream. ( If you hit your ball into a water hazard, you have to add penalty strokes to your score.)
A place where golfers can practice hitting balls.
The area of long grass around tees, fairway and greens.
A card provided by the golf course for participants to keep track of their strokes.
The part of golf played near or on the green, including putting, chipping,pitching and green side bunker play.
When participants are assigned to different hole and start play simultaneously.
Any course that simulates playing the game of golf; for example, putting a course, up an down course, and a 3- or 6- hole loop in an open area.
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