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A vehicle used to tranport golfers and their clubs.
Golf Cart
An area to sharpen your putting skills.
Practice green.
Two strokes under par on a hole.
eagle
A golfer who plays for a money prize.
Professional Golfer
The area between the tee and the green, along each side of the fairway.
rough
The area where you drive the ball at the beginning or each hole.
Tee
Your total strokes on each hole is marked on a ______.
Score Card
Taking only one shot on a hole.
Hole-in-one
The measurment of each hole.
Yardage
The time that you are scheduled to play golf.
Tee time
A group of golfers consisting of four players.
Foursome
The number given to you based on your 10 best games of the last twenty rounds, used in tournement play to even the competition.
Handicap
An area where you can hit a bucket of balls.
Practice Range.
The standard score on a hole that an excellent golfer is expected to make.
Par
A person hired to carry a golf bag and help with raking sand traps, managing the flag, and helping with yardage.
caddie
An area on the golf course that is filled with sand.
sand trap or bunker
A penality is given if you hit your ball to this area outside the golf course boundaries.
Out of Bounds
The clubs that are made of steel and range from a 2-9, pitching wedge and sand wedge.
irons
Two strokes over par.
Double bogie
The club you use on the green.
putter
The club you use off the tee for most holes.
Driver
One stroke under par on a hole.
birdie
One stroke over par on a hole
bogie
This is the stroke you use on the green.
putt
The area from tee to green between the rough.
fairway
The person that can teach you to play the game of golf.
Golf Pro