What Is a Mulligan in the Game of Golf?

By Patrick Foley

 
 

A mulligan in the game of golf is a term used for taking another shot without penalty. Golfers will call for a mulligan to redo a shot and not have to take an extra stroke for the previous, presumably poor, shot.

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Patrick Foley is a writer from Phoenix, AZ. He is a sports fanatic and loves football, golf, and track. He has been writing for Golf Link for almost a year. He is a college football player at the University of Pennsylvania. He is enrolled in the Wharton Business School.He has have a wide set of skills in writing and marketing.

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