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Half Source: SND
The allowance of a stroke at alternate holes to one's opponent. Now commonly known as “a half” or “half a stroke”.
Natural Source: SND
In the same number of strokes, with the same score as one's opponent for the hole.
One Source: SND
QUOT: If your opponent has played . . . two strokes more . . . your next stroke will be “the one off two”; if three more, “the one off three,” and so on.
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