Unusually low score on a hole achieved by a golfer with an exceptionally good
drive and one or two exceptionally good follow-up shots, or by a golfer with an
exceptionally poor memory. See HOLE-IN-ONE.
but only within the context of putting. You can putt, broom, or roll the egg,
but you don't want to chip, pitch, or hit it.
ground Collective term for the huge mounds found on the greens of certain
golf courses. Where good scores often go to die.
ass A poorly struck shot that is "high and stinky." Usually applied
to a popped-up drive that is higher than it is long. An elephant's ass might
also prompt a comment such as, "Except for distance and direction, that was
a good shot."
- According to the rules of golf, equipment is "anything
that can be thrown, broken, kicked, twisted, torn, crushed, shredded
or mangled; or propelled, driven or directed, either under its
own power or by means of a transfer of momentum, into underbrush,
trees or other overgrown terrain; or over the edge of a natural
or artificially elevated area; or below the surface of any body
of water, whether moving or impounded."
- The rules of behaviour in golf. There isn't room here for a
complete list, but a few of the more important ones are:
Never put tees in your nose.
sneeze into your glove.
Never concede a chip shot.
hold a ball for another player to hit.
Never practice drives against a backboard.
Never wear golf shoes to a dance.
Shot - A shot in which, after a poorly swung sand wedge fails
to contact enough sand, the ball flies off the face of the club
and the player flies off the handle.