Golfers are sent to each hole to start at the same time
Shotgun start is set for 8am. You begin at the 5th hole.
|Ready golf||Golfers hit when ready|
|Honors||Hit first from the tee in golf|
|Front nine||First nine holes of an 18-hole golf course|
|Back nine||Last nine holes of an 18-hole golf course|
|Tight lie||A golf ball laying directly on the ground|
|Drop||A ball dropped from a golfer's outstretched arm|
|Handicap||Numerical score that represents a golfer's ability|
A shotgun start is a golf tournament format where participating players start at every hole simultaneously. It allows golfers to save time instead of waiting to start at the same hole.
The first group starts at the first hole, the second group starts at the second hole, and so on. Each group then plays the next hole until they play all 18 holes. The tournament ends when the last group of players finishes all 18 holes.