Golf Terms Every Beginning Golfer Should Know.
So you're invited to a golf game by a good friend or a family member, you're a beginning golfer and you are nervous about embarrassing yourself on the golf course. You begin to worry about what club should i use, how long has this guy been playing, are my shoes ok? Well we get it, and we want to at least help you with some term that we think you should know. PAR- The number of strokes a first-class player should normally require for a particular hole. MULLIGAN- A mulligan is a second chance to perform another swing after the first chance went wrong through bad luck or a blunder. SLICE- Strike (the ball) or play (a stroke) so that the ball curves to the right ( for a left-handed player, the left) typically inadvertently. BIRDIE- A score of one stroke under par at a hole. BOGEY- A score of one stroke over par at a hole. DOUBLE BOGEY- When a golfer scores two strokes over par. TRIPLE BOGEY- When a golfer scores three strokes over par. FADE- A shot that, for a right handed
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