Sports - Golf
"Addressing the ball" – This refers to how one positions their club prior to hitting the ball.
"Par" – Attempts a player is expected to take to accomplish their shot, for example par 3, par 4 or 5.
"Birdie" – Score made on a hole that was one short of par for example: "on par 3, score 2 is a birdie"
"Chip" – Soft, delicate, tender stroke of the ball.
"Hacker" – Term used to describe a "bad golfer". Many golf communities try not to use this insulting term.
"Green fee" – Florida Golf communities use this term referring to the cost of playing on their course.
"Ace" – Also known as hole in one
"Sandbagger" – Florida golfing communities consider these types of golfers the worst type of cheaters- normally
they mislead golfers into thinking they aren’t as good as they are.
Fanned it - shot hit weakly to the right
Foozle - poor shot
Mudder - plays well when raining
career shot - perfect shot
field goal - long successful putt
some chew on it - backspin
Two-shotter - par 4 hole
Reload! - in trouble-hit another
Greenie - hit the green in regulation
Cow pasture - golf course in poor condition
Snowman - any score on hole or total with 8
The Tips - tee markers placed as far back as possible
Bug cutter - shot hit low or on the ground
Sack - golf bag
Took the collar - poor shot under pressure
On the beach - in sand trap
Flat stick - the putter
Spoon - 3 wood
Fried Egg - buried in sand trap
High Sweep - high drawing shot with driver or 3 wood
Blacksmith - no feel for short game
Plumber - a successful putter
Quail high - low shot
Rock pile - practice tee
Slam dunk - putt that hits back of the cup hard and falls in
Tugged it - shot pulled to the left
In jail - in the woods
Postage stamp - small green
Short grass - fairway
Worm burner - a ground hugging, poor shot
Smoked it - well hit drive
No-brainer - successful long putt
Beating balls - practicing
Chili-dip - hit three inches behind short chip/pitch
Red Grange - scoring expression(77)
Sandbagger - handicap not legitimate(over handicapped)
Put my nails on - put on golf shoes
Cabbage - thick rough around the green
Stiffed it - shot hit very close to hole
Let the big dog eat - plan to hit drive hard
Drained it - sunk a long putt
Cutty sark intentional - cut(fade) shot for position
Chopper - poor golfer
Bird dog - excellent caddie
Air mailed it - shot hit over the green(without touching the green)
Snapped it - duck hook
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