||this is what a golfer does when he starts the backswing.
||this is the wooden (usually) peg which is used to hold the ball up for driving. It is also the term for the area where play begins on a particular hole (i.e. the third tee is where the third hole starts)
||the term for the putter when it is used from off the green.
||hmmm, now if you think about this you might just get it. Hint: it refers to three players playing in the same group.
||a narrow fairway with not much area on either side to miss.
||this is a term for what you have on your feet OR is refers to the part of the club farthest from where it joins the shaft.
||the flight path of the ball. If it goes way up in the air it is referred to a high trajectory.
||to start the back nine holes. To "make the turn" means you have finished the 1st nine holes and are "turning" to the 2nd nine.