Golf Terminology – You Need To Know The Language Before

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Golf Terminology – You Need To Know The Language Before Hitting The Links

Many people today are interesting in the golf terminology, because often times it seems like golfers have their own separate language when they hit the links. Quite simply, a new golfer has to know the terminology to be able to communicate effectively with other golfers. Here are some quick tips in terms that you will need to know before hitting the golf course for the first time.

First of all, a birdie is anytime you score one stroke under par. An eagle is two strokes under par, and a double eagle is three strokes under par. For instance, if you play the par four, and get a three, this would be a birdie.

A par is where you shoot even par for a hole, and a bogey is where you shoot one over par for a hole. A double bogey occurs when you shoot two over par, a triple bogey is three of over par, and a quadruple bogey is four strokes over par.

These are the scoring terms, but the golf terminology certainly doesn’t stop there. A driver is what you use when you tee off. This is the club with the least amount of loft, and you will generally hit this the farthest. Your irons...

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