|Meaning||To take another shot after a bad shot|
Reload is a golf term for when you take another shot after a poor first shot attempt. The term is usually applied to shots from the tee box.
Reload is similar to taking a mulligan, which is also known as a "re-do." Depending on how you score your shots, the reload shot may or may not result in a one stroke penalty.
"Ah man I hooked it right into the water.
Just reload man, no worries."
|Updated||August 22, 2016|