The following is a glossary of the terminology currently used in the sport of golf.
Where words in a sentence are also defined elsewhere in this article, they appear in italics.
The landmark victory made Woods the tournament's youngest-ever winner, as well as its first African-American winner (and its first Asian-American winner).
Woods set 20 Masters records in 1997 and tied six others.
Old names for clubs can be found at Obsolete golf clubs.
The act of taking a stance and placing the club-head behind the ball.
These endorsement contracts were the highest in golf history to that stage.
He played his first professional golf event at the Greater Milwaukee Open, tying for 60th place, recorded a hole-in-one, and would win two events in the next three months to qualify for the Tour Championship.
Unless it is clear that the act of the player did not cause the ball to move on purpose.
Once you have joined the online singles club, you can browse through the other members online.
When you've found someone that you want to meet you can contact that member and organize to meet in person. You can both go on a typical date or you could meet over a round of golf. You can organize to go on as many or as few dates as you like!
All the team's players then take a shot from this new position, and so on.
(Also known as a Texas Scramble)A class of membership of a golf club with restricted rights at a low cost.