1, the name of the number of poles
1 par: Par
2 Patty: Birdie, one shot less than the par, also known as the bird
3 Eagle: Eagle, in the middle and long holes, two shots less than the par
4 pairs of eagle: Double Eagle, three holes less than the par in the long hole
5 one hole into the hole: Hole in one, a short hole or a hole in the hole
6 Bogey: Bogey, one more shot than the standard, for beginners to target
7 double bogey: Double Bogey, two more shots than the par
8 three bogey: Tree Bogey, three more than par
9 double par: Double Par, double the number of par
2, commonly used golf terms
(1) Course Course 9th Hole Out Course 9th Hole In Course
(2) Tee ground refers to the special lawn area where the tee is served. Generally, it is divided into blue (Blue), white (White), and red (Red). The farthest from Green is Blue Tee, which is used by men's professional players; White Tee is between Lan Tee and Red Tee, generally used in turn to protect the turf for male amateurs; Red Tee It is the closest to the green for women players.
The difficulty level, usually the smaller the number, indicates the higher the level of the player.
(7) Hazard: (3) Tee logo: Tee mark
(4) Green: The special lawn area where the hole is located is inserted with a flag.
(5) Caddie: Also known as the brother. The caddy must follow certain rules to help the golfer carry or push the ball, clean and organize the ball, and make constructive comments and assist the golfer to get better results.
(6) Handicap abbreviated DHC. It is a data calculated by a certain method to reflect the level of the player's shot. It can also be used to indicate the obstacles such as bunkers, ponds, water streams, deep grasses, roads, etc. of the fairway inside and outside the fairway.
(8) Bunker: The shape of the bunker is different. The sand in the pit is all fine sand.
(9) Water hazard: Water is a barrier, such as sea, lake, pool, river, ditch, waterless ditch water channel (regardless of water and water) and obstacles of the same nature are called water hazards. .
(10) Lateral water hazard: The part of the water barrier or water barrier that is roughly parallel to the ball line is called the side water barrier.
(11) Out of Bounds (OB): "Outside" refers to an area where balling is prohibited. When the outer line is marked by a line on the ground, the line itself is out of bounds. The outside line extends vertically upwards. When the ball is outside the boundary, it is an out-of-bounds ball. Players can stand in the ball outside the boundary.
(12) Rough: The deep grass on both sides of the fairway is called the Changcao District, which is also the passage to the green.
(13) Hole is a round hole placed in the green to receive the ball. Diameter (108mm) four inches 1/4 long, minimum four inches deep. (100mm)
(14) Compared to the total number of shots in the Strake play, the number of shots is small, and vice versa.
(15) Driver No. 1 (Driver)
(16) No. 2 wood (Brassie)
(17) The third wood (Spoon) The third wood
(18) The fourth wood Baffy
(19) The fifth wood Cleek
(20) The second iron
(21) The third iron
(22) The forth iron Long iron
(23) The fifth iron (The fifth iron)
(24) Six irons (The sixth iron) Middle iron
(25) The seventh iron (The seventh iron)
(26) The eighth iron short iron
(27) The ninth iron
(28) Wedge Pitching (PW)
(29) Sand wedge (SW)
(33) hitting face (Face)
(34) Club House
(35) Golf Country Club