double-bogey double-bogey

Definition(s):

  • (n) (golf) a score of two strokes over par for a hole

Usage(s):

  1. Finally, Jack hit still another drive and settled for a double-double-bogey nine, a total of 295, and $730.
  2. Cupit hung on a bit longer, but the tension caught up with him on the third hole, where he took a double-bogey six.
  3. On the verge of becoming his country's first Open winner since 1907, the unheralded Frenchman merely needed to shoot no worse than a double-bogey six on 18 to take the title.

News

  • U.S. Open a special Father's Day for amateur Pan

    There were moments in Cheng-Tsung Pan's U.S. Open round of 75 Saturday - such as the double-bogey on 14 or the blown par putt a hole later - when another golfer might have wilted, even snapped.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

Quotes

  • "I couldn't come back after that eight," Romero said Saturday after his 65, which tied the competitive course record. "I made a double-bogey at the 18th because I was mad:.suddenly I was trying to make the cut, so I was going mad the whole...
    on Aug 9, 2008 By: Andres Romero Source: Globe and Mail

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