This document contains a list of common golf terminology that will be used in your Caddytips. In the event that you do not understand a term please refer to this page. These are terms you will constantly hear caddies, pros, TV announcers use when describing golf courses. Here are a couple of examples of terms you will see on this doc:
Grain: Grain is determined by which way the blades of grass lay on the putting surface. Typically, grass will lay towards bodies of water (ocean, lakes, rivers) and away from mountains and hills. Depending on the type of surface you are putting on (bent grass, Bermuda, rye, etc.) the grain may or may not influence your putts. Grain may also move during the day to follow the sun.
Knockdown shot: A type of shot that produces a lower ball flight. This can be very useful on courses where strong winds come into play.
Moose: A moose is a term used to describe a score of 10 on any hole. Golfers who use Caddytips will not make a moose!
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