Golf glossary A - Z in golf !
the clubhouse bar.
When a ball is hit from the tee into the hole in only one stroke. Also referred to as a hole-in-one.
When a player takes a stance and places the head of the golf club behind the ball this is known as addressing the ball. After addressing the ball, any movement of the ball is considered a stroke.
A term to refer to a player who rarely hits the ball in a straight line. A player who sprays the ball.
A score that was made throughout more than one round of play, or a score made by two or more players playing as partners.
The direction in which you intend for your ball to go once hitting it, typically towards your target.
When a player attempts to hit the ball, but does not make contact with the ball, hitting only air. See also whiff.
A shot made in three or more strokes under par. Also known as a Double Eagle.
The way the golfer's body is positioned in relation to the anticipated direction of the ball.
A term to refer to a tie in match play, when all players have won the same number of holes.