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A score of "1" on any hole - a hole-in-one - is also known as a(n) _____. ace birdie bogey par
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Which of the following is not a purpose of a conclusion paragraph? to give a finished feeling to your paper to tell your reader everything that she read to summarize your key points to leave your reader with a lasting impression
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_____ is another name for a bunker. Fore Green Trap Address User: A divot in golf is created _____. when someone digs their heels into the green when someone digs their heels into the fairway when shot scrapes off the top of the turf when someone shoves the club into the green
Weegy: A divot is created when shot scrapes off the top of the turf. User: All flagsticks in golf have the same meaning no matter where they are located. True False Weegy: That is false User: Which of the following words is most closely related to golf etiquette? par rough fore fairway Weegy: 3. fore is most closely related to golf etiquette. User: In golf, a putter is used to a send the ball a great distance down a fairway. True False User: Each golf club is numbered. True False User: According to the Rules of Etiquette in golf, multiple players may tee at once. True False User: Which of the following lists contains three terms associated with a good serve? forehand, footwork, ready position weight shift, follow-through, grip Both of the above Neither of the above Weegy: Both of the above contains three terms associated with a good serve User: Which of the following terms is associated with spins in tennis? top only slice only back only top and back (More)
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TRAP is another name for a bunker.
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