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Am-Am simply means a game where there is a pair of a couple of amateurs- Am-Am, with ‘Am’ meaning short for amateur.
Over Par: It denotes any score, be it for a completed round or for an individual hole, which is above the decided par for that round.
Clubhouse: When the golfers arrive at the golf course, they first head to the club house which contains a small food and drink service.
Flier Lie: When the lie of the ball is on fluffy grass, resulting the ball to pop up more quickly than anticipated, it is a flier lie.
Texas Wedge: When a putter is used to putt off, from the green, it is called a Texas Wedge. All scores on each of those three holes are tabulated and then that score is eliminated from the total score. They are called counterparts on account of their loft and the purpose of swing they serve.
Fairway: An area that usually runs between the tee box and green of a golf hole which is closely mowed. A golfer winning the hole is referred to as having won the skin and the value of that skin.
Country Club: Country club refers to a social and recreational facility, either private or semi private and has a golf course most of the time.
Up and Down: When a golfer just takes a couple of strokes for holing the ball when starting off the green or in a greenside hazard, it is called Up and Down.
Yips: When the golfer is nervous or anxious, it leads to nervous twitching during putting stroke, leading to an inaccurate shot. This could include golf tips and related things.
Gap Wedge: Gap wedge is a golf terminology for a golf club with high loft which provides more accuracy and variety when it comes to short shots.
Apron: The area which is neatly moved, especially around the putting green and between the putting surface and any kind of undulated ground surrounding the putting green is called apron.
KP: Well, there is no reason why closest to the pin is abbreviated as KP, but is just that.
Skymarks: Scratches developed on the finish of the crown of a driver as a result of hitting skyballs are called skymarks.
Aces and Deuces: This is a betting game, best suited for groups of four golfers. You had a great swing and you are elated. The term signature hole means that there is one hole which is most photogenic and pleasing on the course as decided by the golf course management.
Claret Jug: Trophy awarded to the winner of the British Open is the ‘Claret Jug’.
Spade Mashie: A pre-20th century golf club, this is closely linked to today’s 6-irons.
Even/Even Par: A score which matches par for a round or a hole is called even.
Club Face: The clubface is the part of the golf club which strikes the golf ball at impact.
No Alibis: This refers to a game of mulligans, which can be used from any spot or point on the golf course.
Course Handicap: Number that tells golfers the number of strokes they are permitted to take during a handicap round.
Adjusted Gross Score: It is basically a golfer’s stroke round up, or total, with regards to a single round, after being counted for the optimum per-hole scores, as permitted by the United States Golf Association’s Equitable Stroke Control Guidelines.
Scratch Golfer: A scratch golfer is the one who shoots par or better. It happens because the clubhead slips below the teed ball.
Polee: Polee refers to a sidebet with different meanings. Here, points are given for an accomplishment out of five and in case a side sweeps all the points, they are said to have scored umbrella, with points being doubled.
No Putts: No putts is a tournament format where the winner is decided by all strokes except for the putts.
Abnormal Ground Conditions: Abnormal ground conditions include ground under repair, casual water, holes made by burrowing animals and so on. Or sometimes it is so close to the ground that it appears that it has skimmed the ground.
These terms will help the beginners to know more on golf and will be a kind of beginners guide to golf.
Vardon Grip: This is another name for the overlapping grip. It is also called the Mulligan.
Match Play: A competition format in which the round is played with the aim of winning individual holes.
Honest John: This in golf terms refers to a side bet which puts at stake your prediction powers. Each golfer is allowed to use only a single golf club.
Weekend Hacker: Hacker is a bad golfer and add weekend to it, means weekend hacker, that is a golfer who plays just on weekends, which means he or she does not play or practice enough to increase the level of their game.
Trap: A bunker in other words is called a trap. In a scotch foursome, it might mean that the alternate shots are considered and carried over from a hole to another.
Sod: It means the grass on the turf and the soil it is rooted in which can be planted as a separate piece on the golf course. A golfer is allowed to use putter along with the three chosen golf clubs, but no golf clubs.
Mashie Niblick: It is a vintage or archaic term for a 7-iron- a type of golf club.
Mashie: A pre 20th century golf club, with a wooden shaft closely similar to the contemporary 5-iron is a Mashie.
Flange: This refers to a part of a clubhead jutting out from the rear. It is vice versa for a left hander.
Forecaddie: He is the one who does not carry the golf clubs, instead he keeps a group of players moving by telling them individually where his or her ball is.
Las Vegas Scramble: A modification of the original golf format scramble, Las Vegas Scramble uses a 6-sided READ MORE