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(golf) a record of scores (as in golf)
"you have to turn in your card to get a handicap"
a printed card allowing spectators of a game to identify players and record progress
a card used to record one's scores
a tabular representation of the most important statistics of an innings or match
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The numerical value of scorecard in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of scorecard in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of scorecard in a Sentence
You need a scorecard to keep up, i share Senator Brown concern that we not go off the rails trying to please progressives. Senator Brown concern's important to keep progressives enthused, but we need to have a big tent too.
This scorecard is nothing more than a justification of some bureaucrat’s job and an attempt to manipulate the data to make it appear such independent institutions aren’t up to snuff.
I teed off so early and I was so cold, I was kind of falling asleep. The front nine, I was like, gosh, ‘I’m so tired. Now I’m hungry,’ didn’t hit many fairways on the front nine, so I think that showed on the scorecard. I think just hitting the fairways this week is essential to having a good round. I don’t think distance will help that much because the rough is so long. You’re going to break your wrist if you hit it all at a time.
It can be confusing, not knowing which scorecard you want to use for your program.
I thought it was ridiculous that we played golf on a piece of land like this, it was just absurd. From the 17th tee to the first green, what is that, 1,000 feet ? Geoff Ogilvy think 10( tee) at Augusta to the 11th green, that's not even half of 17 here. I though the course was cool to not have a scorecard in Geoff Ogilvy hand. Nobody plays really well their first time, I don't think. It's pretty extreme.
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