Albatross: a par plus 3 strokes
All square: equal, e.g. results
Approach: e.g. the stroke used to approach the green
Bogey player: A player who usually plays one stroke above par, thus achieving a result of around 90. To be more precise, a bogey player is the one with a handicap of 17,5-22,4 for men and 21,5-26,4 for women.
Brassie: “brazen” wooden club, used in general on a fairway. Its sole is covered with a layer of brass to prevent damages caused by stones and gravel, for instance.
Bunker: usually an artificial hole filled with sand or covered with it, called a sand trap as well. If it contains grassy spots, it is not considered a bunker.
Driving range: stroke practicing area
Foregreen: the area surrounding the green where the lawn is mowed to ideally 5-6 mm
Iron: iron club, does not shoot as far as a wooden one, but is more accurate. The serial number of the iron is directly proportional to the inclination of the head. The pitcher and the sandwedge also belong here.
Par: the number of strokes an excellent player should take for a hole all for al the holes on a particular course. 228-434 courses are generally par four, the longer ones par 5 and the shorter ones par three.
Pitcher: iron club used for short, high strokes
Put: a stroke through the green on the hole
Putter: club used for putting