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birdies

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  1. birdiesnoun

    Plural form of birdie.

  2. birdiesnoun

    Plural form of birdy.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of birdies in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of birdies in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of birdies in a Sentence

  1. The Englishwoman:

    I look back and think it was a missed opportunity but I took a lot of confidence from it as well, it was a great feeling knowing I can perform that well under pressure, knowing I had to make birdies on the back nine and that's what I did, birdying the last hole knowing I needed one to maybe get in a playoff and that's what I did.

  2. Rory Mcilroy taking the title:

    A big key to match play is you ca n’t underestimate anyone, you have to fully expect for them to play their best golf. You have to go out and make as many birdies as you can.

  3. Webb Simpson:

    I just kind of had a talk with myself going back to seven tee thinking about all my bad shots this week have been just some poor thinking and not being really committed to what I decided to do, and I just said hey, if you stay fully committed the rest of the day, you're swinging great, you're putting well, you're going to make birdies — and that's what I did.

  4. Tiger Woods:

    It was nice to make a couple of birdies coming in, granted missed a little kick-in on 14, i thought I might give Tiger Woods a chance at the 10-under mark starting the turn. Evidently I would have had to shoot 24 on the back nine to have a chance.

  5. Sergio Garcia:

    I knew the guys behind me were getting it going, i knew Zach Johnson played really well out in front of me, so I knew I had to get a couple more birdies, but those last four holes or so were playing really tough. I just needed to get fairways and greens and just give myself opportunities.

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