A 'scratch golfer' is the name given to a golfer whose handicap is zero.
It called Scratch and Sniff Jonas!
Justin Timberlake is a pro golfer and plays golf very frequently.
A "trumpet player" can be called a trumpeter. :)
Pavan Sagoo is a young golfer who plays for the England Under 18 Boys Team. He has won numerous accolades and is a very talented golfer. Pavan is a member of Ealing Golf Club. He is supported ably by his father who is also a keen golfer.
A golf "pro" A scratch player
A player with a handicap of zero (or better.)
Me (Daniel List and a boy called andy zhang (We were 9)
This is an English expression which means to achieve the required standard There are several proposed origins of this idiom. There is the inspection mark that a master would scratch or stamp into a workpiece meanng, if the piece was of sufficient quality, it had come up to scratch. However, predating that explanation is the golfing handicap term. A player who has no handicap is a scratch golfer. A player of lesser quality, who uses the handicap system to be under par if you will, has (does) not come up to scratch.
A golfer's assistant is called a caddy. A caddy is paid by golfer. Most professional golfers have caddies.
The noun golfer is a singular common noun, a word for a player of golf.
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'
Prefixes distinguish among golfers, pro golfer, amateur golfer. But there aren't many synonyms for the term, golfer. Here are a few slangy, pejorative ones: Army golfer - one who hits the ball out of bounds to the left one time to the right the next; duffer - a mediocre or inexperienced player; hacker - synonym for duffer; lumberjack - a golfer who hits a ball into the woods several times during a round; mouth wedge - a golfer who tries to gain an edge by needling other players or excessively talking to affect their play; scratch - a golfer whose handicap is zero.
It is called "sgraffito" the Italian word for scratch.
Gary Player started playing golf at the age of 14 and became a professional golfer at 17. So he never worked.