Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Golf"

The meaning of "Golf" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This is golf related meme but dont really understand the meaning.
What’s “lay up on”? mean?
A: In golf, if you lay up (a shot) it means you intentionally make the shot shorter in order to avoid a hazard/obstacle and to put the ball in a good position for the next shot.

It's a safe strategy used to minimize the risk of incurring a penalty stroke (or getting stuck in a hazard).

My understanding is that laying up is common on par fives because often it's too far to aim directly for the green (and there may be hazards in the way), so instead you plan shorter shot(s) that will make it easier for you to avoid hazards and get on the green the next time.

The meme seems to be suggesting that laying up on a par five hole is as bad as trying to enter the establishment with COVID-19. The implication seems to be that good golfers should not need to lay up.
Q: What does I won’t be able to make it to golf tomorrow at The Moor. I was wondering if there is anyone else who is not able to make it that would be interested in possibly trying to play later today? If not, I’ll wait until next week. mean?
A: he/she will not be able to play golf therefore asking if anyone else that can't play that day to play with him/her later
Q: What does frank got held up at the golf course mean?
A: Frank (must have a capital F) was at the golf course (a place where they play golf) and he was delayed by someone or something.
Q: What does they have taken up golf mean?
A: they have started to play golf. they have decided to learn how to play golf.
Q: What does was at least hoping for a golf clap mean?
A: A golf clap is a very light clap. I think it means the person was expecting more from the situation or some recognition

Example sentences using "Golf"

Q: Please show me example sentences with golf.
A: I like playing golf.
A week's golfing.
Play golf.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "down in five" in golf game..
A: in the 5th row someone should sit down.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I love golf. I can refresh in nature. I have fun alone with my wife. After-golf also we have fun with friends. I want to play golf every day..
A: I grew up playing golf with my dad, so I love golf. when I go for walks, seeing the nature refreshes my mind. after playing golf with my friends, we go to the club to have more fun.

Synonyms of "Golf" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between went out to play A golf and went out to play golf ?
A:

The first sentence is completely wrong. The second sentence is correct. That is the difference.
Q: What is the difference between I will play golf next week. and I’m playing golf next week. ?
A: Hi

Both sentence have the same meaning.

Also having the same meaning:

I’ll be playing golf next week.

I’m going to play golf next week.


Q: What is the difference between He is a golf player. He is fairly good. and He is a golf player. He is quite good. ?
A: I think fairly good is more like he’s “not bad” or “he’s good but not great”.
and quite good is “almost great” or “great”
Q: What is the difference between I’ve dabbled in golf and I’ve taken up golf ?
A: I've dabbled in golf suggests the the person had had a few goes at golf before without any real intention of taking it up as a hobby/activity that may be done daily, weekly or monthly.
I've taken up golf suggest the person has intentions on playing the sport as a hobby or a activity that they will often like to do/ practice on.
hopefully that helps ?
Q: What is the difference between I like to play golf and I like playing golf ?
A: Same meaning

Translations of "Golf"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I went to the golf practice range near this morning.
I learn how to swing golf club there.
I started learning golf in August last year and I don't have a good swing posture yet.
I have to keep taking lessons from my golf tutor and practice a lot.
fix it.
A:

I went to the golf practice range this morning.

( near - do you mean location or time?
Location:
I went to the nearby golf practice range this morning.
Time:
I went to the golf practice range earlier this morning.

It was there that I learnt how to swing a golf club.

I started learning golf in August last year but I don't have a good swinging posture yet.
I have to keep taking lessons from my golf tutor and practice a lot.

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Golf takes place in a golf ground.
ゴルフはゴルフ場(ゴルフコース)で開催されます。
A: Golf is held on a golf course.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I played golf with my company partners in this rainy day.
But my score is so bad...

今日(きょう)は、雨(あめ)の中(なか)、会社(かいしゃ)の人(ひと
)たちとゴルフ(ごるふ)をしたよ。でも、スコア(すこあ)はボロボロ(ぼろぼろ)。
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? your golf clubs will be excess buggage
A: Do you mean
“Golf clubs will be excess Baggage”

Other questions about "Golf"

Q: I'm getting motivated to play golf my score is within 100 again. Does this sound natural?
A: i'm sorry i don't know the right answer, but it sounds a little bit unatural. (i'm not sure, but i'll say 'I'm getting motivated back to playing golf when my score is in the 100 range')
Q: I started golf recently.But I can't seem to improve. Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural when you say it. However, if you were to write this it would be better to combine the two sentences:

I started playing golf recently, but I can't seem to improve.
Q: Her hobbies  are  golf and singing a song
She is a member of the chorus
She plays golf well and likes it so much
She has two little sisters  and one elder sister
Her family are husband and a son
Her husband works for a public enterprise
Her son goes middle school

A: Her hobbies are golfing and singing.


She plays golf well and enjoys it.

She has two younger sisters and one older sister.

She has a husband and a son.

Her son is in middle school.

The ones I didn't type are correct.
Q: I can hit a golf ball without a club coming into contact with a tee. Does this sound natural?
A: "I can hit a golf ball without the club touching the tee"

Saying "coming into contact" sounds very formal.
Q: Her golf clubs were stolen. Does this sound natural?
A: گلف كلوبسش را دزدي كردند

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