||to putt the ball with the intention of leaving it short of the hole so that the golfer is able to have a very easy putt on the next shot.
||any hazard that runs parallel to the fairway.
||this is what you tell your wife when she asks if you wane to work and you really went golfing OR it is the position that the ball ends up when it comes to rest on the ground.
||another word for a golf course. This originally meant a seaside course.
||the top rim of the cup or what you have two of on your face.
||a shot that goes straight up in the air and stops very quickly on the green.
||a set of rules for a particular golf course as determined by that course.
||this is an apartment in England OR it is the angle of the clubface from vertical.