Dictionary - What golf terms really mean
On an undulating
green, the relatively flat areas between
mounds. The most famous valley is
the Valley of Sin, located on the eighteenth green at
the Old Course, St. Andrews,
- The almost universally used golf grip, in which the little finger of the right
hand overlaps the forefinger of the left. Its invention is attributed to the legendary
golfer Harry Vardon, a true innovator in the game who also developed an over-the-neck
muzzlegrab for dislodging a ball from the jaws of a dog, a one-armed stranglehold
for persuading recalcitrant golfers to recompute the totals on their scorecards,
and a two-handed throatgrasp for throttling a caddy.
The circle a putt makes around the rim of the cup before falling in.
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