Disc Golf Dictionary

Have you heard some terms in a disc golf video that you didn’t know what they meant? What about just playing a round with a buddy and they said something that you’re not sure is completely made up?

We’ve got you covered with this Comprehensive Disc Golf Dictionary.

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There are 25 names in this directory beginning with the letter B.
B-tier
considered state-level tournament

Back Of The Box (B.O.B.)
last player to tee

Backhand
throw type in which the player turns their back to the basket

Backhand Grip
thumb and palm on the flight plate and/or rim with fingers on the underside of the disc

Bag Tag
tags for a players’ disc golf bag, typically to show membership to a club

Band (Chastity Belt)
the top part of the basket that makes a loud doink with hit

Basket
target; the finishing point on the putting green for the hole being played

Bead
a ridge on the bottom of the rim of a disc

Beast Mode
playing with extreme focus and skill

Beat-in (Seasoned)
a disc that has hit many trees, has been used for a considerable period of time in which the flight characteristics have changed to be more understable than when the disc was new

Bid (Run)
an attempt at landing a disc in the basket; ex: ace-run, good bid, soft bid, etc.

Big Arm
player who can throw very far

Big Jerm
nickname for Jeremy Koling

Big Sexy
commentary duo of Jeremy “Big Jerm” Koling and Nate “Sexy” Sexton

Birdie
one under par

Birdie Alley
a string of holes in which birdie is a likely attainable

Birdie Fest
when a player is shooting exceptionally well and they earn so many birdies in a row that they should be selling tickets to the show

Birdie-out
to finish the remaining holes with a birdie

Birdogey
when the player has a putt for birdie but ends up three putting for the bogey

Black Ace (Anti-ace)
an ace into the wrong basket

Bonus Birdie (Feel Good Two)
a birdie that is exceptionally hard to achieve

Brace
the stopping of all forward momentum in one’s front leg

Brown Ace
a throw off the tee that lands in a trash can or dumpster

Bullseye
to land within 5 ft of the basket for birdie

Bush-wacker
nickname for Paul Ulibarri, Big Jerm might be the only one who calls him this

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