playing off scratch
A golf "pro" A scratch player
Peter Alliss has written: 'The duke' 'Lazy golfer's companion' 'Play better golf' 'Golf master classes' -- subject(s): Golf 'A golfer's travels with Peter Alliss' -- subject(s): Golf, Celebrities 'Learn golf the easy way from scratch ... to Scratch'
a golf competiton for handicaps of 5-10 (4.5-10.4) lowest score wins
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Scratch Gold merchandise refers to items that can be won with scratch tickets. This is a form of gambling or lottery. If the ticket scratched is a winner, the merchandise won is extremely cheap. However if the ticket loses, there may be the temptation to keep trying and the merchandise may become very expensive, very quickly. If the question is about Scratch Golf merchandise. This is golf apparel and equipment sold in a retail store that provides extensive choice at competitive prices.
A near perfect golf ball would be one that has maybe been used for only a handful of holes, with maybe a small blemish like a scratch or something on it.
Depends what the standard scratch or slope rating is, could be +1 - +4.
Scratch and scrimp
Taylormade, Cobra, Titleist, Adams, Scratch, Muira, Bridgestone, Ping, Srixon, Wilson, Yes, Rife, Scotty Cameron and more.
It refers to a player who has a handicap of 1-9, a player who plays of 0 is known as scratch and a player who plays of + would be known as a plus handicapper.