Where a golfer has to add an extra stroke to their score if they have violated the rules.
An additional stroke or strokes added to a golfer's score for an infringement of the rules.
Stroke that must be added to the score, for a variety of reasons (e.g., lost ball, unplayable lie), in accordance with the Rules of Golf.
A stroke or strokes added to a player's score for breaking rules.
a one-on-one confrontation between an offensive player seven yards in front of the goal vs
a shot taken on goal by a chosen player and defended only by the goalkeeper
If a defending player fouls an opponent in the goal circle, a penalty stroke is awarded. The ball is placed 7 yards (6.4 meters) from the goal and only the goalkeeper is allowed to defend.
A free shot awarded to a player from a spot 6.4 metres from the goal, with only the goalkeeper allowed to stop it.
An additional stroke added to a player's score for any of the many possible rules violations.
a stroke added to the score for infringing the rules.
An additional stroke added to a player's score for a rules violation pin Same as "flagstick"
A stroke added when a drop is made.
A stroke added to a player's score for a violation of the rules.
A "penalty stroke" is one added to the score of a player or side under certain Rules. In a threesome or foursome, penalty strokes do not affect the order of play.
A stroke added to a player's score due to a rule infringement, taking relief from a hazard or an unplayable lie.
An additional stroke that's added to a player's score because of a rules violation. See also stroke and distance.