Sports One stroke under par for a hole in golf.(noun)
Sports See shuttlecock.(noun)
Sports To shoot (a hole in golf) in one stroke under par.(verb-transitive)
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Use "birdie" in a sentence
"Micheel birdied the last two holes he played to finish 3 under par, and on this course, a birdie is almost like skipping a hole."
"He settled for a tap-in birdie to put the pressure on Mallinger, who made a 5-footer setting up the final scramble."
"In the final round, he shot 71, including a dramatic chip-in birdie on No. 16, and beat Chris DiMarco on the first hole of a playoff."