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bogey

, bogy
Golf
a. a score of one stroke over par on a hole
b. Obsolete a standard score for a hole or course, regarded as one that a good player should make

bogey

[′bō·gē]
(aerospace engineering)

bogey

An air contact that is unidentified but assumed to be hostile. The term does not mean an unknown contact.
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Harrington was still two under, but Faldo bogeyed the 10th to be one further back.
Although he bogeyed his first hole, the 10th, the South African then picked up shots at the 14th, 15th and 16th to improve to one under.
He turned in 39, but then had a triple bogey seven on the 10th, bogeyed the treacherous short 12th and followed that with back-to-back sixes on the 485-yard 13th and 405-yard 14th.
Allenby has bogeyed it twice because of errant 3-wood second shots.
On Friday, he again got to 4-under, but again he bogeyed twice on the back nine.
Woods lipped out five possible birdie putts - ``Not that I'm counting,'' he added - and bogeyed No.
Then as the rain fell more heavily, she went into the rough on 12 and14 and bogeyed both.
After a bad tee shot on the first playoff hole, Smith rolled a fairway wood onto the green and two-putted for par and the win over Olsen, who bogeyed.
After going without a bogey through 47 holes, he suffered the first jolt of the day when he bogeyed on the sixth.
But, after starting on the back nine yesterday, McIlroy bogeyed the 10th in his second round before parring 11 and picking the shot back up on 12.
A birdie at the 11th moved him to within striking distance of the leaders but the two-time major champion bogeyed the 13th after finding the water when an eagle looked possible.
But unsurprisingly, the 56-yearold's share of the lead proved shortlived as he bogeyed the fourth and fifth to drop back to one over par and three off the pace being set by Sweden's Jonas Blixt, who had matched Woosnam's bogey on the fourth but also recorded birdies on the third, fifth and sixth.