Golf :: Odds/handicaps View Visualisation
Odd Source: SND
QUOT: “An odd”, “two odds”, etc. per hole, means the handicap given to a weak opponent by deducting one, two, etc. strokes from his total every hole. (2) To have played “the odd” is to have played one stroke more than your adversary.”
Odds Source: SND
A stroke more than one's opponent has played or conceded in a handicap match.
Third Source: SND
A handicap of a stroke deducted every third hole.
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