tap in-- An easy, very short putt.
tee-- A small wooden or plastic peg used to elevate one's ball when teeing off. Also, the name for the designated area where a player may hit his/her initial shot on a given hole.
to your memory bank
When I'm getting ready to putt, I always try to remember the best putts I've ever made. Or I imagine it's match play, and I've got this birdie putt to beat one of my teammates from college who I hated losing to.
A very short putt which is also known as a gimme putt. In a friendly game your opponent will say just pick it up, or they will sometimes hit the ball back to you. Don't try this in a tournament.
: A short putt; to hole a short putt.
Target Golf: 1.) A style of golf played on the preponderance of American tournament courses where the golfer is required to hit a high, lofted, ...
Tap In : A very short put that is certain to be made. Example: I only had a tap in left after a good chip.
A very short putt; as a verb, to make such a putt.
Taper Tip Shaft ...
tap in A very short putt.
tee A disposable device, normally a wooden peg, on which the ball is placed for driving. Also refers to the area from which the ball is hit on the first shot of the hole.
Reaching Across Hole to Short Putt
Q. A player reaches across the hole to a short putt (the hole is between the player and the ball). Is this a breach of Rule 16-1e, Standing Astride or on the Line of Putt?
When you master the feeling of firm in the fingers and gentle in the motion of the swing, you will be able to tap into your ability for creative shot-making. Playing your best and having fun is at your fingertips if you choose to keep it simple.
Stoney: Slang term used to indicate a player hits the ball close to the hole. ... : A short putt; to hole a short putt.
Walk briskly around the hole and tap in each ball, acting as if success is a given. You'll be amazed at how many you make when you don't overthink the little ones.
Lag - A putt which is run close to the hole with the intention of leaving a simple
Lie - Where and how the ball comes to rest
Line of play - The preferred route to the hole ...
His eagle putt had enough on it to find the hole, but slightly under-read, missed low and he would tap in for his birdie, finishing at -7 for the event.
In theory, it should take you another 2 shots to hit the green, then 2 putts for your par. You take out a wedge and the ball comes off perfectly leaving a 15-foot putt. The putt rolls close and you have a for a 5, wow a net birdie.
For example, if you are both on the green but quite a distance from the hole, and you have the opportunity to go first, concentrate not so much on holling out, but getting the ball close enough for a tap in.
See also: Hole, Putting, Swing, Shot, Stroke