A stroke made on the putting green to play the ball into a hole.
To be played using a putter. It is a shot taken on the putting green.
The shortest shots in a round of golf that causes the biggest headaches. The only shot that is never intended to leave the ground.
When a player hits the ball while it is on the green.
a shot hit with a putter on the green towards the hole. Example: "After my 210 yard approach shot stopped 15 feet from the pin I made my birdie putt."
A short stroke taken on or near the green intended to put the ball in the hole.
The act of hitting the ball while on the putting green.
hitting a golf ball on the putting surface with a putter; "his putting let him down today"
strike (a golf ball) lightly, with a putter; "he putted the ball several feet past the hole"
: hit a putt; "he lost because he putted so poorly"
A putt is a very short swing taken with the putter that is intended to move a ball that is on or near the green into the hole.
The rolling shot taken on the green, with a putter.
To hit the golf ball with a putter on the green
Any kick from within the marked greens area is considered a putt.
A stroke played on the green - usually with a putter.
The last throw (or throws - DOH!) of the hole resulting in your disc landing in the basket. Officially defined as any throw that occurs within 10 meters of the basket.
A gentle tap with a golf club to move the ball toward and into the hole.
A shot made on the putting green. Players try to pick the correct line and speed when putting.
The shot made on the putting green. From a Scottish term meaning to push gently or nudge.
Any throw from 10 meters or less as measured from the rear of the marker disc to the base of the hole is considered a putt.
A gentle shot that rolls along the grass of the green (hopefully towards the hole).
A shot made with a putter on the green.
Act of hitting golf ball on the green.
A shot made on the green that rolls the ball toward or into the hole.
A shot made toward the hole, when the ball is already on the putting surface.