You have two options: You can take a 1 shot penalty and replay the ball from where you originally hit it; or you can take a 1 shot penalty and drop it behind the hazard as far as you want.
In golf a do over is called a mulligan. These are really only used in the US. When a player hits a golf shot, and is unhappy with the result he may re-hit that shot. If they hit their second shot, and it went into the water, they can re-hit their second shot etc.Players usually agree a set number of mulligans per round.
A strock in golf is called a shot
Breaking the rules of golf either result in a one or two shot penalty or disqualification in stroke play and a loss of hole in match play.
You have to take a two stroke penalty and hit from the same spot from your previous shot.
Best Shot Pro Golf was created on 1996-06-14.
A 'Chip Shot' or a 'Pitch Shot'
A second chance at your first shot in golf is referred to as a "mulligan". Of course, it is not within the Rules of Golf, but weekend players do it all the time.
A drop shot is when you lose a shot to par, i.e a bogey or worse.
I am assuming you mean when you are on the green. In which case it is a two shot penalty and you play the ball as it lies.
no they aren't. Every single golf players has to have a driver to play the first shot in golf
An air shot. It counts as one shot.
One stroke is one shot or attempted shot.
One shot penalty and you must replay the previous shot.
making an in to out swing.
This stands for out of bounds. It is an area of the golf course or off the golf course which is not in play. If you hit your ball out of bounds, you cannot play your next shot from there, you must re-hit your shot from the place you originally played from. There is a one shot penalty for hitting out of bounds.
It would be called the tee shot or drive.
Usually that's a DRIVE.
Best Shot Pro Golf happened in 1996.
You don't drop unless it lands in the water or you can't find it. Double hitting is when you take a shot and the club hits the ball twice. Usually, you get a 1 shot penalty in most cases.
It means that you shot par for the course.
Approach is a shot that is hit to the green.
Commonly known as a flop or lob shot.
when you hit a golfball in the water, and you cant get it out, you drop another ball from where you hit the one into the water. Do not drop the ball any closer to the hole. This will be a penalty shot for dropping a ball. Say you had played your 2nd shot when you hit your golfball in the water, the next shot you would be hitting would be your 4th shot beacuse dropping a ball is one penalty shot.
it is sucked up into a whole then its shot up like a volcano
a bird is minus one shot from a par some times called a birdie