Why do they yell four in golf.?
I know it has to do when a ball is hit twards someone but why do they specifically yell the word four. Is there some history behind that. Like it means look out in anouther language or something.
They actually yell "Fore" as in forewarned. It's simply to alert others that may be ahead of them on the course to get the heck out of they way.
its fore not four
I believe it is because the tone you create, saying the word FOOORRREEE it travels thru the course very effectively.
Giving the other player, time to move out of the way.
Because it is the most distinguishable word that they could use to let people know that danger is near by.
means a golf ball is heading your direction and take cover or you will get hit. do not know the history I think if you watch Caddy shack the movie it will tell you.
no idea i just know they do
It's 'fore' - meaning look to your front 聽 shouted to warn people that you are hitting a golf ball in their direction
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