Looking for a good laugh? Check out our collection of funny golf jokes. From one-liners to puns, we’ve got all the jokes you need to keep your golf game lighthearted.
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Looking for some laughs? Here’s a collection of our favorite golf jokes, one-liners and puns. Perfect for a chuckle on the fairway.
Q. What’s the best way to describe a bad golfer?
A. Someone who throws his club before he swings it.
Q. How many golfers does it take to change a light bulb?
A. Two, one to change the bulb and one to steady the ladder!
Q: Why are golf courses always so wet?
A: Because that’s where all the greenkeepers live!
Q: Why didn’t the golfer wear red?
A: Because his clubs were stolen!
Q: Why is playing golf like writing a letter?
A: Both are done outdoors, with the hope that neither will be returned.
There are a lot of terms used in golf that can be confusing for those who don’t play the game. In order to help you understand some of the lingo, we’ve compiled a list of common golfing terms and their definitions.
-Aerial: A shot that is hit high in the air.
-Birdie: A score of one stroke under par on a hole.
-Bogie: A score of one stroke over par on a hole.
-Chip Shot: A short shot played from around the green that is meant to go a short distance and land softly.
-Drive: The longest and most powerful shot played from the tee box.
-Eagle: A score of two strokes under par on a hole.
-Fairway: The section of the course between the tee box and green that is well-manicured and ideal for hitting your ball.
-Green: The area around the hole where players putt. It is usually lush and green (hence the name) with very short grass. players will often refer to “being on the green” or “hitting the green” when their ball lands here.
-Golf Cart: A small vehicle, usually electric, that golfers use to get around the course. They can be ridden alone or with another person. Many courses require golfers to ride in carts, but some allow walking.
-Hole: Each individual playing area on a golf course is called a hole. There are 18 holes on a standard golf course.
-Liifejacket: Another word for a Mulligan, see below . . .
Mulligan: A do-over shot that is sometimes allowed (usually only by informal groups) when a player hits a really bad first shot. Also called a “do over” or “lifejacket” . . it’s considered bad etiquette to call for one unless everyone in your group agrees to it ahead of time! Now get out there and have fun!
We hope you have enjoyed our selection of funny golf jokes. If you have any other suggestions or contributions, please don’t hesitate to contact us or leave a comment below.
And remember, the best way to avoid a bad shot is to take a practice swing first!