You hit the ball casually with the back-side of the putter to “Hole” a very short putt.
The ball travels in a ” banana-shaped” curve. A very sharp fade shot known as a “slice”.
Hitting the golf ball at trees and obtaining a good score despite it.
A term used for a sand bunker.
A score of one less than par.
If a ball has lots of backspin it is said to “bite” because it stays close to where it landed or may spin back toward the player. If a ball appears to be going past the hole a player may shout “pray” or a more humorous way can be to shout, “grow teeth!”.
A score of one over par.
To be prepared for a different situation where you need to hit a certain shot you will need to take additional clubs – one higher and one lower known as a Bracket.
Buzzard (aka Double Bogey):
A score of two over par.