bogey hole

bogey hole

n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) Austral a natural pool used for swimming
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The 467-yard par-five sixteenth was a bogey hole as he dropped his first shot.
It doesn't matter how well I've been playing up to that point in the round, the 17th is my bogey hole and is my card wrecker.
Les said: "My elder brother and I were tucked in blankets in the 'bogey hole' under the stairs - the fear of the 'bogeyman', who lived there, was long gone.
Having a bogey hole during a round of golf is a common problem but nine times out of 10 it can be overcome by changing your mind-set.
A mis-directed drive at the 16th, a par five though measuring 441 yards, finished in trouble under trees and what is regarded as a birdie chance looked more like a bogey hole. Martin, however, audaciously cut a seven-iron around the obstacles to 12 feet of the flag and one putt produced an eagle.
Off early yesterday, Goosen took revenge on his bogey hole in the best way - smashing a two iron down the fairway before hitting a 275-yard three wood on to the green.
This was indeed a bogey hole for Storm, as in the final round he had a double bogey 5!
"The ninth is also the signature hole and my bogey hole. It was once described by an American golf magazine as the hardest ninth hole in the world.
SLOW DOWN: Take a little more time on your bogey hole rather than playing quickly and hoping to get off the hole as quickly as possible.
"My bogey hole is the par four 11th and I say bogey literally because I've never had a par there!
Russell Knox cursed the two bogey holes that have jinxed his chances of mounting a challenge for the Claret Jug.
The 31-year-old Spaniard held a two-shot lead with seven holes remaining only to bogey the 12th and double bogey holes 16 and 17 to finish five strokes off eventual champion Henrik Stenson at tied for ninth.