Online Golf Dictionary: J
Golf terms beginning with the letter J
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|Golf Terms, Letter J
|| Help, I'm in jail! Stated when you
are faced with a very difficult shot.
|| To hit the ball from a bad lie, rough or sand, with
a downward cutting motion causing the clubhead to dig into the ground
beneath the ball.
|| An iron with moderate loft and a short shaft. No
longer in use. Present equivalent is the 4 iron.
|| A slang term for heavy rough.