14th century england
20th century scotland
15th century scotland
20 th century england
The team/player who has the most points/stokes
The team/player that has the least points/stokes
A large area of lawn-like grass between the teeing ground and putting green
Longer grass with non-landscaped terrain on both sides of the fairway
A sand filled area, also called a trap and is considered a hazard
A stream, pond,lake,ditch or other area cover in water
When you grab the stick ,goes with the grip golfball, woods, irons
Is cover with plastic or rubber and is dimpled which helps improve the flight of the ball. woods irons and putter
Is where you placed your hands:is the middle portion that connects the grip to the club head which is use to hit the ball. putter,irons,woods
The number of strokes that an expert is expected to take on each hole based on the length of the hole and allowing two putts on the green.
System allows players of different ability levels to play on equal teams.
Forward movement of the club with intent to hit the ball.
Double bogey& birdie
IN LATE1600'S TO LATE 1700S
IN LATE 1700S TO LATE 1880S
IN LATE 1880 TO LATE 1900S