- v. present participle of birdie.
“I felt like I went out and won it, birdieing the last three out of four," he said.”
“I got off to a great start again; birdieing the first two holes gave me some good momentum, Donald said.”
“But after birdieing No. 10, Doyle played the last eight holes even-par, birdieing No. 13, but three-putting No. 17 for the bogey.”
“But while Woods started his round by birdieing Nos. 2 and”
“' After birdieing the first hole, I knew if I could somehow answer, I could stop his momentum. '”
“That became even more apparent at this year's Masters, which South African Charl Schwartzel won by birdieing the last four holes.”
“To put it in the context of the par-5 discussion. had the course been a par 72, Appleby would have had to eagle both of the added par 5s to shoot 59, vs. birdieing both of the par 4s.”
“Mark Calcavecchia seized his opportunity on the final two holes, birdieing the par-3 17th and holing a 20-foot eagle putt on the par-5 18th for a 5-under 67 and a share of the second-round lead Saturday in the Champions Tour's Boeing Classic.”
“LAS VEGAS - Kevin Na won the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title, birdieing Nos. 15-17 to pull away for a two-stroke victory over Nick Watney.”
“Enyeart really shows off his skill in this video, hitting an incredible variety of targets and almost birdieing a hole of golf.”
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