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In golf the term snowman refers to getting this on a hole?


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2008-06-29 22:12:26
2008-06-29 22:12:26

A snowman is an 8. I've had a few.

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It means you scored an 8 on a hole. Since an 8 looks like a snowman on your scorecard some people call it a "frosty".

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