Why is it called a KP?

Its origins in this usage probably came from the French sense of maintaining public order. Kitchen police then may mean to restore the kitchen to order, or clean up the kitchen. The term “KP” has been used in the United States since as early as 1918.

What is a golf nerd?

A Golf Nerd is an avid player who identifies strongly with one aspect of golf and devotes excessive amounts of time, thought and physical activity pursuing their interest.

What are the terms used in golf game?

Back The last nine holes of a golf course. Also a tee position that makes hole the longest.
Best Ball / Better Ball Best score on a hole by partners in a best-ball match.
Birdie One under par score on a hole.
Bogey One over par score on a hole.

Why is KP closest to pin?

What I do know is this: There is no defining reason for closest to the pin to be called KP. It’s simply something that started somewhere (where and when having been lost in a water hazard off the No. 7 fairway), caught on, spread and became accepted practice.

What does nutted mean in golf?

flushed; hitting it squarely and on the sweetspot.

What does stick mean in golf?

Pin (aka The Stick): The flagstick on the green standing inside the cup.
Playing through: When a group of golfers pass by another group of slower playing golfers.
Provisional ball: A second ball that is played if the first ball is or may be lost or out of bounds.
Putting: The golf stroke used to roll the ball on the green.

What does t2 mean in golf?

If a golfer makes two pars to start a round, he is “even par” for the round. If a player opens with two birdies, he is “two under” for the round. If a player makes two bogeys to start a round, he is “two over.” Similarly, if a player makes a birdie on the 1st hole and follows it with a bogey on No. 2, he is “even par.”

What is the longest drive in golf?

Mike Austin’s 1974 strike is recognized by Guinness as the official world record golf drive. And the historic shot had several unique elements to it. Firstly, the absurd 515 yards drive at the National Seniors Open Championship was made by a 64-year-old man with a wood driver.

What does CF stand for golf?

The “CF” still stands for 360 Cup Face, which means plentiful ball speed and forgiveness across the clubface, but the new design also incorporates a VFT (variable thickness) face design in the short irons for more spin control and accuracy in the scoring zone.