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Encyclopedia > Albatross (golf)

Another term for a double eagle, or 3-under par on any one hole. Albatross is used most commonly in the U.K.

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WGFF Golf Terms - Golf Glossary (1521 words)
Albatross - A different word to describe a double eagle.
Mary Queen of Scots would play golf in France and the people carrying her clubs were called "Cadet".
As they were used, indentations began to form and players realized that the ball performed better after it had a few dimples in it.
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