test your golf knowledge (answer key)

by Prez Ro 

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      ANSWER KEY  
  1. Hole-in-one   X. Completing a hole by one stroke  
  2. Cup   N. Hole into which ball is hit. It is 4 1/4" in diameter and at least 4" deep  
  3. Rough   I. Long grass along fairway  
  4. Double Bogey   L. Two strokes over par  
  5. Fore   J. Verbal warning to other playing or watching  
  6. Fairway   U. Mowed grass between teeing ground and green  
  7. Lie   M. Tells how the ball rests  
  8. Links or golf course   S. The area over which the game is played  
  9. Bunker   K. A soft sand obstacle  
  10. Bogey   C. One stroke over par  
  11. Putt   A. A short stroke used to roll the ball along the green  
  12. Caddie   R. Person who carries clubs for golfer during the game  
  13. Flagstick   D. Pole with flag attached bearing correct number of hole  
  14. Handicap   G. Number of strokes over par in which any ones game is played. In a match game these strokes are deducted  
  15. Eagle   V. Two strokes under par  
  16. Hazards   F. Water, sand, anything placed to put a demand on the accuracy of the hit of the player  
  17. Stroke   W. Forward motion used to hit the ball  
  18. Birdie   H. One stroke under par  
  19. Tee   P. Wooden or plastic peg about 3" in length on which ball is set to hit  
  20. Double Eagle   E. Three strokes under par  
  21. Green   O. Short grass area immediately surrounding cup or hole  
  22. Divot   Q. Piece of grass and soil dug up when hitting ball  
  23. Teeing Ground   T. Area where play for each hole begins  
  24. Par   B. Number of strokes officially allowed for one particular hole. It is basically established by distance. It allows two putts for each green with perfect playing  

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