- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bogey.
“Unsure he would even play the event after learning wife Amy has breast cancer, Lefty missed the birdie putt on 15, walking away with his second par on the 459-yard par 4 — the hole where Tiger Woods made a 6 Friday and bogeyed from the fairway Saturday.”
“Instead, he bogeyed the 12th and 13th before a double-bogey on the 15th and another bogey on the 16th completed a miserable day.”
“He had bogeyed the 12th to fall back to level par and then recorded five consecutive pars to slip outside the projected top 70 as he stepped to the 18th tee.”
“McIlroy looked as though he would be at least level with Donaldson but bogeyed the 16th and 17th holes for a 67.”
“Ricky Barnes has gotten in 36 holes, bogeyed only one of them, and leads the tournament with an 8-under 132.”
“Rhoden, the former major league pitcher who has played on the PGA's Champions Tour, bogeyed the first hole but birdied four of the next six.”
“He also bogeyed the 10th hole before finishing strong.”
“He bogeyed the 15th, the 16th and the 17th hole, and slid backwards into a tie with Keegan Bradley, who would go on to win his first major after a playoff.”
“In the three-hole playoff, Bradley birdied the 16th, Dufner bogeyed the 17th, and it was all over but the Nantz-ing.”
“Perry, 48, had a two-shot lead with two holes to play and was on the verge of becoming golf's oldest major champion until he bogeyed the 17th and 18th.”
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