1 06 2011

This term X has multiple origins. One is that of golfer David X, and another that of John A. Buddy X, both of whom took an extra tee shot after fluffing their first one. A third one is that of Thomas X, who advocated that a player’s first tallied stroke for a game is the first playable drive from the first tee, and any shots made beforehand are not scored. Yet another origin refers to ____,  a small hill of grass or dirt used to tee the golf ball for easier striking prior to modern tees. When a bad shot was played, the player told his caddy “I’ll have a ____-again” to play another shot. The blank is a part of X. Id X

Answer = Mulligan, when a player gets a second chance to perform a certain move or action.




3 responses

1 06 2011

A third one is that of Thomas “Mulligan”


1 06 2011

X is Mulligan. The term was Mull-again.

2 06 2011
Siddarth Pai

& the __ is mull

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