Definition of 'bogey'
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On the 16th he pulled his second shot and had to play backwards on his way to a double bogey. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Three pars and a bogey over the four rounds would be acceptable. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That led to another bogey courtesy of a misdirected chip and insipid putt. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But four bogeys in five holes saw him drop into second. The Sun (2011)He made two more birdies and another bogey on his back nine. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It splashed down well short, costing him a double bogey. The Sun (2011)His round included an eagle, three birdies and one bogey. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But they played the final 13 in five under par without a bogey. The Sun (2014)But a double bogey at the 10th halted the spree. The Sun (2013)How did he make a double bogey from the fairway on the 18th hole? Times, Sunday Times (2015)He has had only one bogey in 36 holes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)His approach shot finished 20 yards short of the green and another bogey ensued. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A double bogey there killed his momentum. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Players earn points for each hole, ranging from minus one for a bogey to five for an eagle. The Sun (2006)He needs to make people feel that not to have them would be like making a bogey, that it would be a loss. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I played solid golf and made a couple birdies and a poor double bogey at the 2nd. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He had eight birdies, four bogeys, one double bogey and five pars. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What it did include were two eagles, four birdies, one triple bogey and two bogeys. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In the final round he gave us the full panoply of eagles, birdies, bogeys and pars. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'bogey'
British English: bogey NOUN
A bogey is something or someone that people are worried about, perhaps without much cause or reason.
Age is another bogey for actresses.
Definition of bogey from the Collins English Dictionary
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