[ US /ˈbɝdi/ ]
[ UK /bˈɜːdi/ ]
  1. (golf) a score of one stroke under par on a hole
  2. badminton equipment consisting of a ball of cork or rubber with a crown of feathers
  1. shoot in one stroke under par
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How To Use birdie In A Sentence

  • He got back into contention with a level par 71 containing six birdies, four bogeys and one double bogey.
  • Her rally faltered momentarily when she bunkered her second to lose the 12th to go two down again, but promptly birdied the long fifth with two big hits on to the green and the 14th after an approach shot to within seven feet of the flag.
  • Woods birdied the 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th but dropped a shot on the 9th to reach the turn in 33, three under par. KJ Choi seizes lead to eclipse Tiger Woods' fine start in California
  • His round included five birdies and not a single bogey. Times, Sunday Times
  • Having missed the green with his approach and left with a bunker between himself and the pin, he holed the chip for a birdie to finish in 76 for a total of 152, ten over par.
  • He was the star, recording an unmatched 24 birdies and four-and-a-half points.
  • It brought him a 69, taking him to six under par and into the joint lead before Michael Campbell birdied the same hole.
  • That was the day when he finished eagle, birdie, birdie, birdie, eagle, to steal the trophy from Colin Montgomerie, who had turned up wearing his saltire sweater, a champion in waiting.
  • He made three birdies over the closing holes to halve the match. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the plus side, I was able to make some birdies. The Sun
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