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Slice – This is probably the most popular of golf terms as it relates to a player’s swing. A slice is occurs when a golfer puts excessive curve on the ball. A slice is occurs when a golfer puts excessive curve on the ball.
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A golf shot (right handed golfer) in which the ball gradually moves left to right. Fairway: The centre, short-mown portion of a golf hole in between the teeing ground and the green. First tee: Where a round of golf play begins. Flyer: Hit from the rough, a ball which goes a lot further than envisioned. Fly the green:
Out: Out in golf terminology is another name for away. Out-of-Bounds: The areas outside a golf course from where no one is permitted to play is termed as out of bound in the glossary of golf terms. Over Par: It denotes any score, be it for a completed round or for an individual hole, which is above the decided par for that round.
Par: Refers to the number of strokes a golfer is expected to need to complete the play of one hole on a golf course. Every hole on a golf course is rated as either a par-3, a par-4, or a par-5 (par-6 holes also exist, but they are rare).
Putter: A flatter edged golf club intended to make the ball run smoothly along the green into the hole. Rough: The longer and coarser grass at either side of the fairway that is best avoided. Round: The act of playing on a course, usually consisting of 18 holes. Sand wedge: A heavily angled club designed for playing out of a sand bunker.
These are the most important terms that you must know when it comes to betting on golf: Albatross: When a player scored 1 under par. Accumulator: A combination of three or more bets, although this is relatively rare in golf betting. Back nine: This is the final nine holes on the golf course. The last three or so holes are often referred to as the stretch.
N – O – P – Q – R – S – T – U – V – W – X – Y – Z. A. Above the hole. Refers to a ball on any sloping green positioned so that the next putt is downhill. Downhill putts are harder to judge for speed and slope, and also riskier, so the good golfer aims to keep his ball ‘ below the hole ‘ at all times. Ace.