A dense growth of brushwood, grasses, reeds, vines, etc.; an almost impenetrable thicket of trees, canes, and reedy vegetation, as in India, Africa, Australia, and Brazil.
a thick, tropical forest....... back
The worst of the rough on the course. The jungle typically has high grass, trees and thicket. As with any jungle, animals and insects are potential inhabitants.
(aka: "jail") used to describe being in the middle of a lot of trees. Also, any place where you don't want to be due to the growth (i.e. rough, fescue, etc.).
an impenetrable equatorial forest
a forest of densely tangled plants (trees, vines, grasses and reeds)
an area of land that is densely overgrown with tropical vegetation
a wild tropical growth of trees, plants, and animals
Land covered with dense growth of trees, tall vegetation, vines, etc., typically in tropical regions, and inhabited by predatory animals
A forested area that is very dense, humid and moist.
A tropical monsoon forest.
A large forest in warm countries with many different kinds of animals and plants. Also called a rainforest.
This means heavy (deep) rough.
Slang for "rough".
A jungle is a rainforest or a forest whose canopy trees have been logged (cut), causing lush growth on the forest floor (also known as a secondary forest).
Jungle usually refers to a dense forest in a hot climate, such as a tropical rainforest. About 6% of the Earth's surface is classified as jungle. Jungles are vital to sustaining the ecosystems of the Earth as we know it.