A form of handicapping used in private match play games.The higher handicapped player is allowed to choose on which holes they receive their handicap allowance of "free shots".As this is a matter of negotiation between the players involved there are many variations in the number of shots allowed and when (before the start of the round, before playing a hole, during the play of a hole, after playing a hole) the claiming of "free shot" is allowed.Bisque matches are not recognized by the rules of golf.
Some artisan organisations have survived to this day. The back-swing starts with the club-head immediately behind the ball and ends when the club-head travels back behind the player's head.
If the player addresses the ball and places the head of the club behind it and in doing this causes the ball to move, a one shot penalty does not occur in this case.
A system of team play whereby each player takes a tee shot, after which the most favorable ball position is chosen.
In discussing wedges, bounce describes a sole angle where the back edge of the sole is lower than the front edge, keeping them from digging too deep in sand or being stopped by tall grass.
The tendency of a putted ball to roll left or right of a straight line.