bogey

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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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She did hold on with a run of pars to close out the frontside with a 37 but failed to recover from a double-bogey mishap on the par-3 11th, bogeying Nos.
Westwood hit trouble at the most difficult hole on the course, the par-five 14th, when he three-putted for bogey to fall back to three over, Els also bogeying to return to one over, while Woods birdied.
Fisher, runner-up behind Paul Casey at last month's BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, rolled in a three-foot birdie putt at the par-five fourth to get back to three under - four shots behind Barnes - with Glover bogeying the third to slip to six under.
Kenilworth's Jamie Elson recovered after bogeying five of his first six holes to record an eight over par 78.
Dressler meanwhile, followed up his horror show at the sixth by double bogeying the seventh and eventually struggled home with an eight-over-par 79 to finish on 228.