Established in 1997, NY Golf Shuttle is a company whose goal is to provide a specialized service in addressing a growing need of New York City visitors and residents alike. New York is proud of its many beautiful championship golf courses. Through NY Golf Shuttle, anyone will have access to these courses in the metropolitan area. Our all-inclusive nyc golf outing packages to Bethpage Black, a perennial US Open Course and 2012 site for Fedex Barclays Classic, is our bucket course for serious golfers.

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Dance Floor: Slang for green.

Dawn Patrol: The players who tee off early in the day.

Dead: When there is no possible way out of the shot!

Deep: A high clubface from top to bottom.

Deuce: A score of two on a given hole.

Dimple: Depression on the cover of a golf ball.

Divot: Turf displaced by the clubhead during a swing.

Dogleg: Hole on which the fairway curves one way or the other.

Dormant: Grass on the course is alive but not actively growing.

Dormie: The player who’s winning the match in match play — for example, five up with only five holes left, or four up with four left.

Double Bogey: Score of two over par on a hole.

Double Eagle: Score of three under par on a hole. See also albatross.

Down: Losing.

Downhill Lie: When your right foot is higher than your left when you address the ball (for right-handed players).

Downswing: The part of the swing where the clubhead is moving down, toward the ball.

DQ’d: Disqualified.

Drain: To sink a putt.

Draw: Shot that curves from right to left.

Drive: Shot from teeing ground other than par-3 holes.

Drive for Show, Putt for Dough: Old saying implying that putting is more important than driving.

Driving Range: Place where you can go to hit practice balls.

Drive the Green: When your drive finishes on the putting surface. Can happen on short par-4.

Drop: Procedure by which you put the ball back into play after it’s been deemed unplayable.

Dub: Bad shot or player.

Duck Hook: Shot curving severely from right to left.

Duffer: A bad player.

Dying Putt: A putt that barely reaches the hole.

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