My post count doesn't reflect how often I find myself reading these forums, but I check in probably once a day and more often than not I come across a new golfing term that I've never heard before. Most of the words relate to swings and the resulting ball flight or more accurately, miss-swings and the result.
The latest one was "chilli-dipper". I can't remember what thread it was in, but it made me laugh and got me thinking about all the golfing terms people use.
You've obviously got the common ones that most people are aware of and could agree on a definition, e.g. hook, slice, fade, push etc and as depicted in my understanding by this lovely diagram I found.
Then you've got things like 'the yips', shanks, tops, whiskeys, worm burners and I thought it would be interesting for people to post their own golfing words AND the definition, might even lead to some light debate and maybe we'll all learn something!