In golf, an "eagle" is not the emblem of the United States of America, but rather a score of 2 under par on a hole.
An "apron" is not a garment worn over your clothing to keep you clean in the kitchen, but rather the closely cut area just around the edge of the green.
Recently, the term "golf singles" has entered the lexicon as meaning a group of single golf enthusiasts, and is their clubhouse.
It's smart for golfers to find someone who's a golfer."Samantha, a 26-year-old Californian-turned-New Yorker, agrees."Face" is not what you see when you look in the mirror, but is the part of the clubhead that makes contact with the ball.And a "threesome" and "foursome" is not an exciting sexual encounter with multiple people, but the term used for a group of three and four players.Golf, the only apparent thing we had in common, compelled us to transition from exchanging messages on a mobile-only dating app to clinking beers in real life."It's been shown over and over that people who have shared interests and do lots of activities together have higher satisfaction rates," says Dr. Tinder, a mobile-only app that has generated more than one billion matches, helps singles sort other singles by location.
You'd be surprised at how many golfer singles are right next door.