Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Hit a cart path
Lands in water
Par on hole #2
Birdie on any hole
chip in hole
1 putt
Have fun!
Hit green from sand
100+ yards onto green
hit tree, land in fairway
eagle on any hole
Bogey on any hole
on in regulation on #3
Hit a house
No sand traps
Par on any hole

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Golf Terms Word Search

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Description

TOURNAMENT
HANDICAP
SLICE
HOOK
HONORS
TEE BOX
FAIRWAY
GREEN
DRIVER
PRIZE MONEY
WINNER
RULES
RANGE
TROPHY
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PLAYER
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Golf Bingo

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

bad shot gone good
birdie
bogey
break a tee on drive
chip shot
divot
double bogey
eagle
find a ball
hit the cart path
hit the pin
hole in one
hook shot
lose a ball
on the beach
one putt
out of bounds
par
see a gator
skip across water
snowman
swimming
tee to green shot
barkie
tee shot
fairway shot
hit out of the rough
banana ball
pin high shot
shank the ball
whiff

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GOLF Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Synonym for hole in one ACE
Assistant to the golfer CADDY
A hazard filled with sand BUNKER
Piece of turf cut out when the golf club, contacts the ground DIVOT
A score of two strokes less than par on a hole EAGLE
Area of a par 4 or par 5 hole between the tee and green FAIRWAY
A pole with a flag on top FLAG
A loud warning shouted when a ball may hit other players FORE
One score under the par for that hole Birdie
The promotion of good behaviour through a set of guidelines Etiquette
The number of shots it should take to get the ball into the hole PAR
Club mainly used for striking the ball on green when putting for the hole PUTTER
The area of short grass that surrounds the hole PUTTING GREEN
The action of hitting the ball SWING
A small peg that is put into the ground, serves as a stand for the golf ball TEE
A hazard of water that is located on the course WATER HAZARD
A small motor vehicle, typically with an open top, used of the course BUGGY
The name of the course, also a colour Green
The shape and height of a golf ball's flight in relation to its direction TRAJECTORY
A club used to hit the ball in golf, with a heavy wooden or metal head on a slender shaft GOLFCLUB
The number of strokes a player is given to adjust his score to that of standard scratch. HANDICAP
One over par for the hole BOGEY
An attempt to hit the ball SHOT

Golf Word Search

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Description

bunker
water
hazards
tee
yards
colour
ball
lost
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lose
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winners
win
stance
club
swing
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hit
Shot
Par
Hole In One
Birdie
Open
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Golf

GOLF BINGO

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

SANDY PAR
PAR
HOLE IN ONE
BOGEY
CHIP IN PAR
HIT THE PIN
EAGLE ON PAR 5
EAGLE ON PAR 4
BIRDIE ON PAR 3
ONE PUTT
BIRDIE ON PAR 5
BIRDIE ON PAR 4
ON IN TWO
BARKY PAR (OFF A TREE)
WET PAR
BIRDIE STREAK 3 IN A ROW
ONE DRIVE ALL PLAYERS
FINISHES 4 UNDER PAR
FINISHES 5 UNDER PAR
FINISHES 3 UNDER PAR
FINISHES IN UNDER 2 HOURS
CHIP IN BIRDIE
FINISHES 2 UNDER PAR
NO SHOTS FROM THE SAND

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Golf Word Search

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Word Search
Description

swing
golf course
dog leg
caddie
eagle
green fee
woods
stroke
tee box
mulligan
handicap
GASP
fairway
driver
green
bunker
putt
bogey
birdie
ace

US Kids Golf Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Golfcart
Fairway
Green
Eagle
Club
Ball
Tee
Tournament
Championship
Flag
Pin
Water
Putt
Drive
Play
Fun
Welcome
Neighbor
Home
Par
Birdie
Southern Pines
Pinehurst
Golf

January Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

score of one stroke under par birdie
to shoot one stroke over par bogey
the amount a putt curves because of the slope and grain of the green break
hollow obstruction or hazard, often containing sand bunker
person who carries a player's golf bag and gives advice caddie
large area of land designed for playing golf Golf Course
piece of earth and grass that a golf shot cuts from the ground divet
fairway that turns left or right dog leg
a score of two over par on a hole double bogey
shot played using the number one wood, often the first shot on a long hole drive
number one wood and the longest hitting club driver
metal golf clubs with blade-shaped clubheads irons
number of strokes a good player should take on a hole or a round par
a shot played along the ground on the green putt

Hole In One Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

andy
ball
birdie
bogie
caddie
cart
clubs
course
driver
eagle
golf
grass
green
handicap
iron
putt
putter
sandtrap
slice
swing
tee
water
wedge
wood

Golf Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The start of each game? Tee box
The act of hitting the ball toward the hole when on the green? Putting
Contact or attempt at contact with the ball. Stroke
Hitting the bale in the hole from the tee box with one stroke/ Hole in one
Grass on either side of the fairway that is ot part of a hazard. Rough
The number of strokes ranging from three to six assigned to a hole? Par
Land area around each hole ? Putting green
Hitting the ball into the hole using one less stroke than a par? Biridie
Hitting the ball into the hole using one more stroke than par? Bogey
Club used to put? Putter
An area of sand or water along the fairway or green. Hazard
The pin on top of which you place your ball to tee off? Tee
Area of land between tee box and putting green? Fairway
Clubs used for long distance usually nade of wood or metal? Woods
Cluba used for a variety of shots usually made of metal-headed? Irons