I think it may have resulted as opposite as roughs on many courses were deemed "unfair"
The golf of Mexico
Ireland i believe
where are ram golf clubs made country of origin
1. The term evaporation is not adequate for dry ice (solid carbon dioxide); the correct term is sublimation.2. Water remain salty.
The term "salty dog" would be a kind of slang term for a pirate, rather than an actual dog. Salty, from the salt of the ocean, and a dog because of a predatory nature.
the term "housel" refers to golf. A housel is part of a golf club.
Currently, golf is most popular and played in Scotland where its origin lies.
When someone is being salty, it means that they are upset or embarrassed. The term can also means that someone is disrespectful or mean.
To my understanding golf became popular in the 19th century, spreading globally from the origin of Scotland.
greek is the origin of oceanography
lahar is the term for mass movement that is volcanic in origin
A billigan is a slang term for a do over in golf. It similar to the term mulligan used in golf. This term was used quite often with President Bill Clinton.
There is an urban myth (and as such probably unsubstantiated) that it is an acronym meaning 'Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden'!
It comes from the letter green.
The term is etymology.
A golf peg is another term for a tee (the small wooden or plastic stand that the golf ball rests on)
Glacial drift is the term for all sediments of glacier origin.