birdie


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Idioms, Wikipedia.

birdie

Golf a score of one stroke under par for a hole
References in periodicals archive ?
15:50 - Adam Scott makes it three birdies in a row on the ninth.
There was more drama to follow, though, as Donaldson bogeyed the final hole and then had to go and wait anxiously as both Rose and Olesen, who had three birdies in eight holes on his return journey, could have forced a playoff if they had picked up a shot on the par-five 18th.
The world number 230 dropped a shot at the fourth but seemed to be heading for a solid round after picking up the birdies at six, seven and 10.
47: Another birdie on the final hole seals Schwartzel's Masters triumph.
6:15pm - Woods has a chance to equal his own major record of 19 under but leaves the birdie putt short.
Daly recorded three birdies and a bogey to leave himself at two-under.
KJ Choi had a bogey-free 67 to sit one shot back, while Brendon de Jonge was also on five under after three birdies in his final six holes powered him to a 69.
Rose hit a 12-foot birdie putt to put the Europe ahead on the first.
Entering the day a shot off the pace, Johnson had seven birdies and a bogey to finish at 19-under 261, two strokes ahead of three players who tied for second.
Hoffman reached the green in two and set himself up for a 4-foot birdie attempt.
Weir could have put more distance between himself and the field with makeable birdie putts at 15 and 16 but he grazed the lip on both.