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3 Little Pigs is a competition golf game that allows golfers to get rid of their worst scores from the round. At the end of the round, all golfers or teams find their three worst scores. And those scores disappear. Throw them out. 

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The ability to subscribe to a Discussion board and Member Created Community and receive email updates on new postings.
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Unlike stroke play, in which the unit of game scoring is the total number of strokes taken over one or more rounds of golf, match play scoring consists of individual holes won, halved (tie) or lost. On each hole, the most that can be gained is one point. Golfers play as normal, counting the strokes taken on a given hole. The golfer with the lowest score on a given hole receives one point. If the golfers tie, then the hole is halved and no points are awarded. If the match is tied either each player or team receives half a point.
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A "ladder tournament" is a game format used for groups of golfers (usually playing as individuals) who start out ranked from lowest handicap to highest, with those below trying to improve their position. To "move up the ladder" - you challenge players to matches. A ladder golf game takes place over an extended period of time and can be thought of as self-serve. The Portland, Oregon Chapter used this format to select their Match Play Champions Cup team in 2012. 

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A shot which curves gently from left to right, when played by a right-handed player. It’s the opposite for left-handers.
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This refers to hitting the top half or less of the ball. The result is usually a rocket or low struck ball.
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A player's score after subtracting their handicap from the gross or actual score.
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A research term defined by Herbert Simon that applies to library and information science. In a quest to find out how individuals seek information given a goal or a task. Simon felt that individuals
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Messages are usually grouped visually in a hierarchy by topic. A set of messages grouped in this way is called a topic thread or simply a 
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The club hits the ground behind the ball and results in a poorly struck ball that usually doesn't go very far.

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The "Women On Par® " Scholarship Program is designed to help women over the age of 30 interested in beginning or completing their undergraduate college education. The "Women On Par®

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Any sea, lake, pond, river, ditch, surface drainage ditch or other open water course (doesn't have to contain water) - defined by yellow stakes or lines.
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A USGA term that represents the difficulty of a course for bogey golfers relative to the USGA Course Rating (which represents the difficulty for scratch golfers). The higher the slope, the more difficult
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Hot linking is the practice of displaying media such as  images files, video and sound files on a web page when those files are physically hosted on another server/domain. Using YouTube for our video's is a good example of how our Microsites can use an outside site to serve up large files and utilize someone else's 
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Derived from the term citizen, referring to a citizen of the Internet, or someone who uses networked resources. The term connotes civic responsibility and participation.
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A shot which curves sharply left to right, when played by a right-handed player. It’s the opposite for left-handers.
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Create knowledge repositories on your community website by setting up resource libraries to collect, store and organize your documents, presentations,spreadsheets, audio/video files, photos, and email attachments sent through eGroups. You and/or your members can easily submit content as well as rate, comment, and add to existing library entries of communities in which they have permission to work. Ideal for SIGs, committees, topic areas and the Board.
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A lie in which the ball is in and can not be hit. (I.e. it is up against a tree and the player can not hit it). The player can take a one stroke penalty and move the ball two club lengths relief (only
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