Here you will find the most commonly used golf technical terminology.
Get familiar with golf terminology and enjoy a fantastic golfing experience in Los Cabos.
Tee time: Is the time you will tee off (begin your round). The time between two tee times should be 8 minutes.
Check In: This is where the players check-in at the front desk before playing.
Green Fee: The charge for a round of 18 holes, teeing off in the morning.
Twilight Fee: The charge for playing as many holes as the player can after 2:00 p.m. until dusk, 9 holes are guaranteed. When playing a twilight round there will be no rain check.
Rain Check: A coupon given to the player when it rains in the middle of a game according to the course stipulated conditions and authorized by the management.
Pax: Players are called this way.
Par: A predetermined number of shots allowed for each hole according to its difficulty and is how the game is scored.
Handicap: Is the advantage that the golf federation in each country gives to the golf player.
Caddie: The person carrying the equipment and assisting the player during his/her round.
Marshall:This is the person who assists the players and keeps them flowing around the course and enforces the rules.
Starter: Administrates the starting time for each player.
Single/Twosome/Threesome/Foursome: These numbers indicate the quantity of players going round together.
Fairway: This is the grass trail between the tee box (starting point) and the green. When it rains, the cart entrance to these areas is restricted; this rule is known as the 90?Ã?Âº rule.
Tee box or Table: The name given to the starting point.
Green: The area where the hole is and where the final putt is made.
Driving Range : This is an area to practice. The client needs to rent balls called Range Balls.
Extra Rider: An extra person riding in the cart and not playing.