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◆ Golf club-related terms ◆
Golf club: 14 are 1 set drivers, wood, iron, putters. Professional players are prohibited from punishment if they exceed 14.
Driver: Club No. 1 used in tee shots is the longest and has the longest distance.
Wood: A club with wood.
Iron: A golf club with metal heads
· Long Iron – 1, 2, 3 Irons. While the shaft is long and difficult to handle, the distance is long.
· Medium iron: 4, 5, 6 irons
· Short Iron: 7th, 8th, 9th Iron – 7th Iron Changed its use.
The lower the number, the longer the distance.
· Wedge: Iron-floating for an approach is designed to be easy.
· Sandwedge: Irons used mainly for sand bunker shots.
Putter: Club dedicated to short distance rolling
Toe: The end of the club head.
Grip: An operation of gripping a handle or shaft of a club shaft. It is a part wound with leather or rubber.
Loft: An inclination or angle of the club face.
◆ Terms related to the number of strokes ◆
Par: To fit the standard number of strokes
Bogey: Putting a ball in more than the standard number of strokes.
Double bogeys: 2 strokes more than par
Triple bogey: 3 strokes more than par
Quardruple bogey: Four strokes more than par
Double par: It’s often called an onion, and it’s twice as many strokes as green onions.
Buddy: Putting a ball less than the standard number of strokes (-1)
Eagle: Picking up the ball two strokes less than at-bats in one hole (-2)
Albatross: Picking up the ball three strokes less than at-bats in the hole (-3)
Putting the par-5 hole into the hole with two strokes.
Condor: Hole-in with four fewer numbers than waves is rare (-4).
Hole in one: The ball enters the hole with one stroke in the tee ground.
Under par: Less than the prescribed number of strokes.
◆ Terms related to shots ◆
T-up: Hitting the ball on the tee to start the game in each hole of golf.
T-off: The play begins by putting the ball on the pin that supports the ball and hitting it.
T-shot: The first time you play a game in a hole.
Shot: Hitting a ball with a club. Hitting the ball with a putter is called putting.
Green: Where the flagpole and the hole cup are. It is a putting area where grass is cut short and trimmed well.
Put: Hitting the ball into the hole on the green.
On Green: Putting the ball on the green.
Two-on: hitting a shot twice and putting the ball on the green.
Three-on: hitting a shot three times and placing the ball on the green.
Chip Shot: Hitting the ball toward the hole inside and outside the green within 20m.
Pitch shot: A batting method that hits the ball with an iron to raise it high, lands at the target point, and then stops without rolling.
Pitch and run: An approach shot that intentionally makes the ball float lower and roll more.
Approach: A shot of hitting a pin from a close distance.
Running approach: How to approach the hole by rolling the ball far away with an iron with a small loft.