A fellow player who won't stop talking about that last ace he threw.
What you'd call one of those days where you seem to hit nothing but trees.
Stopping all play to watch girls walk through the park.
A tee with bench concealed by trees and vegetation.
A spectacular long putt.
A throw or putt that should have gone into the chains, not through.
The mad throw you make when your last shot stank; typically done with marker mini ("Nice putt!").
A putt that goes into the basket without any chain sound.
Your handicap, taking into account the amount of weed you've smoked; add one stroke for every toke.
Non disc-golf-playing people who take to the fairways to walk their dogs or to take a shortcut.
A throw that sends the disc into the ground not very far off the tee (think loser).
Also known as a pancake. A low, long skimming throw.
The second throw that puts you so close to the basket that it's almost a gimme.
A disc that bounces back and forth (at least three times) from tree to tree before crashing down.
When you throw a disc too high and it comes back down through the branches and leaves of a tree, taking a few moments for the tree to finally spit it out (like waiting for a can of soda to finally fall out of the soda machine).
That supposedly too high throw that ends up flying right through the treetop branches and lands you right back downrange on the fairway where you have no business being after that friggin' throw...
A severely anhyzer drive.
A player who parks his throw under or very near the basket on his tee-off.
A disc that is thrown up too high.
A very long, strong flat drive.