- In American Football when they say “hut hut hut!”
- Scoring in Tennis going love,15,30,40
- Cricket position called Silly Mid On
- Golf terms all being birds except for bogie
- Shouting “ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY!” in darts
- The Term hattrick
you can have an albatross in golf!
the heck is that? even worse than a double bogie?
3 under par isn’t it?
I’m not a Tory, honest…
a double eagle!
I don’t get it but will take your word for it!
3 under par on a single hole, shooting a 2 on a par 5 mainly
Fighting being a part of ice hockey
Golf terms for good scores, are named after birds because in the 20s when golf got big in America, ‘bird’ was a jazz slang term for good or cool.
The bits in between the sports in American sports
It’s nothing to do with birds. It’s called an Albert Ross, named after the first person to hole in one a par 4
Nothing on the top but a book from Albert Ross and an illustrated book about golf
Jazz > golf
Dumb american question here, but why do they call it in the pitch in football?
They should call mini golf glolf because you laugh out loud when you have fun with friends playing minigolf.
The bit where people derive or lose self esteem from how well “their” team are doing when they don’t actually play for that team (although they might cosplay as someone who plays for that team sometimes).
Also all of the rules of Rugby League.
Yes agreed but you have to pick from my choices
bit silly mid on
Also, darts are a sport?