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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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Love had a hat-trick of bogeys from the third and suddenly it was Elkington, winner in 1995 after a playoff with Colin Montgomerie, who became the greatest challenger to the left-hander.
Ikeda came out smoking after a three-over 75 start Friday, birdying three of the first 13 holes then negating her missed-green bogey on No.
Tiranan Yoopan and amateur Eagle Ace Superal birdied the first two holes but the duo lost their touch and poise, and limped with bogeys and a triple bogey each to limp home with 76s in a tie with Marvi Monsalve in the 54-hole event organized by Pilipinas Golf Tournaments Inc.
Defending champion Juvic Pagunsan had a difficult time, to say the least, signing for six bogeys in his first 16 holes before picking up his first shot on the next to card a 77 and be 10 shots back.
The 35-year-old carded an eagle, five birdies, one bogey and a double bogey in a mixed third round to move to 11 under par, one shot ahead of closest challenger David Lipsky.
Between such lapses Paisley is playing steady par golf, and when he replaces bogeys for birdies he will start burning up the course.
She mixed five birdies with four bogeys. She pulled up even with Chun twice when she birdied the 7th and 11th holes but eventually settled for second place.
Bogeys on the second and fourth hole had got him under pressure especially with both Shahid and Shabbir charging in from behind.
Pauline del Rosario stumbled with late bogeys and fell short of her final round rally, finishing with a 71 and ending up joint eighth in the Ladies European Tour's Thailand Championship won by Thai Kanyalak Preedasuttijit at the Phoenix Golf and Country Club's Mountain Ocean course in Pattaya late Sunday.
The former world No.1, who arrived this week at Muirfield Village Golf Club with increased expectations given his solid weekend at The Players Championship, shot an even-par 72 following a round that included a double-bogey, three bogeys and five birdies.
Muthaiga's Greg Snow finally claimed the top position going into Thursday's final round of the Kenya Open qualifier's fifth leg at the par 72 Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club course on Wednesday.It was however a day of birdies and bogeys as Snow made a total of five birdies in the third round but against a similar number of bogeys.
But Woods didn't begin the event in the manner he would have liked and his rollercoaster round at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades included five birdies, four bogeys and a double bogey.