Completion of hole in a single stroke. The odds of this happening are about 45,000 to 1, just a little worse than the odds of finding a brand new ball in the rough (27,000 to 1), but considerably better than odds of hitting a sweet drive off a crowded tee (about 2.2 million to 1)
Accoridng to the rules of golf, advice is "any suggestion made by one golfer to another about their choice of club, method of approach etc, which contains no more than 5 harmful recommendations or contradictory statements". It's also worth noting that six or more pieces of misinformation shall formally constitute a lesson.
A term used to denote that both teams or individuals during match play have a "good marker" who has awarded equal scores
An individual who plays golf for pleasure
Psychiatric specialist who treats individuals suffering from the delusion that playing golf is pleasurable
A shot which would have skipped across the green and into a lake had it not caught the top lip of the bunker and dropped in
The player who's ball lies furthest from the hole is considered to be "away", in which they are required by the rules of golf to play first. If after this shot they are still "away" then they are entitled to kick the first bag and throw the first club.