It is "Fore", not "four", hence not "five" either. The "Fore" comes from the old use of "Fore-caddies" who were down the fairway looking for the golfers ball coming down the fairway from the tee. The golfer would yell "Fore" telling the "Fore-caddie" that the ball was on the way. Now, of course, "Fore" means "Watch out! Ball is coming your way."
The call "Timber" is a warning that a tree is falling. Just as a golfer shouts" Fore" as a warning.
Call 'fore' if another Golfer is in danger.
The tradition is to warn other players by calling "Fore!"
A golfer could play out of turn, hit another person's ball , cheat , fail to yell FORE to warn others on the course of an oncoming drive shot.
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it arose by 1878 & perhaps as early as 1857 most likely in Scotland or perhaps England & probably as a contraction of before or else of fore caddie a fore caddie was a caddie who went before or ahead of a golfer to keep track of long shots & prevent lost balls
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They have four toes on their hind paws and five on their fore paws.
"Fore" is another word for "ahead" (think of a ship's fore and aft). Yelling "fore" is simply a shorter way to yell "watch out ahead" (or "watch out before"). It allows golfers to be forewarned of an incoming ball, in other words.
If Angel Cabrera is a Mexican then I would say him.
'Fore' is the word that is shouted. The definition of fore is 'located at or toward the front' and the term 'to the fore' means something that has moved into a position of importance. It would be safe to say that a struck golf ball that is moving towards someone is moving into a 'position of importance'. So 'FORE!' is shouted to alert the person that a ball is headed in their direction.
It is 'fore' not 'four' - meaning afore - watch out afore.
Pat Bradley was the LPGA Golfer of the Year in 1991. He was a great Golfer!
A 'scratch golfer' is the name given to a golfer whose handicap is zero.
You can say, "five one-hundredths," or "five hundredths." You can also say "zero point zero five."
If you play golf, you will be classed as an amateur golfer. Unless you turn professional you will be an amateur golfer.
It is known that the golfer in the cup is Abe Mitchell, a hired golfer of Samuel Ryder.
You say Nine and five are fourteen.
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a lone golfer has alow status