-- Unnecessary movement of a player's club and body while addressing the ball.
water club-- Kind of old golf club that was used to hit the ball out of water.
water hole-- A golf hole in which water hazards are present such as lakes, streams and rivers.
wedge-- An iron with a large amount of lost that is used to hit the ball high and a relatively short distance typically 120 yards or less. Examples of wedges include pitching wedges and sand wedges.
whiff-- To make a golf swing and attempt to hit the ball but miss it entirely.
whins-- A British term for thick rough.
whipping-- Name for the material used to wrap the area where the clubhead and the shaft are fastened.
windcheater-- A shot intentionally played low to avoid the wind.
whippy-- A club with a flexible shaft.
winter rules-- Local rules typically in effect when the course is not in prime condition that may allow a golfer to improve his/her lie.
wood-- Type of golf club with a large clubhead typically made from wood, metal, or a composite material. Typical woods include 1-Wood (driver), 3-Wood, and 5-Wood.
wormburner-- A type of golf shot hit with a low trajectory that skims the ground.