The golfer’s dictionary
Golfer – Golf player.
A caddy is a person who carries a player’s clubs and has the right to give him advice during the game.
A greenskeeper is a person who is responsible for the condition of the field.
The referee is a person who is on the field during the game and monitors compliance with the rules
Marker-the person who counts the player’s punches
Flight – a group of golfers walking on the field.
The Golf course is a Playground for playing .
A hole is a hole in the green where the ball is driven.
Tee-stand for the ball, to perform a strike.
The fairway is part of a field with medium-length grass between the tee and the green.
RAF-plot on a field with high grass.
Green – the area around the hole with the shortest grass.
A flag is a label that is inserted into the hole so that the player can see where to aim.
Break-slope of the green. The ball is deflected to the side when it is hit.
Collar – a section of the field around the green, cut shorter than the fairway, but higher than the green.
Bunker-a sandy island, to complicate the game.
An obstacle is an object that prevents the player from performing a hit.
Clubhouse – administration offices, changing rooms, recreation rooms, bar, restaurant for players and their guests in the field area.
Training green-a platform with short grass for practicing strokes.
Bag – bag for clubs
The iron is a flat-headed stick.
Wood is a stick with a big head.
The driver is the long-range putter with the longest pile.
The putter is the softest stick for performing punches with the ball rotating.
Car – a car for moving around the field.
Backswing – putting the club back.
Drive – the first hit performed by the driver.
A pitch is a high-trajectory shot, after which the ball almost doesn’t roll.
Chip – a short blow, after which it rolls for a long time.
Putt-a rolling putt performed on the green.
Handicap-a number indicating the skill level of a golfer.
Forball is a pair game, with each of the partners playing their own ball
TRIBOL is a game in which three golfers play against each other, each with their own ball.