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birdy

and birdie
mod. crazy; strange. She acts a little birdy from time to time.

birdie

verb
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Ilonen carded five birdies and no bogeys at The London Club to win 3&1 and secure the first prize of 650,000 euros.
14:15 - Stenson birdies the third to close the gap to two.
With the lead having already changed twice, it was Donaldson's turn to take the lead at the 14th and, with a successive birdie on the 15th, the Welshman edged to a one-stroke lead over Rose.
A dropped shot at 14 was cancelled out at 16 before he closed with another birdie.
09: Schwartzel catches up with Scott with a birdie at the 15th.
If it drops in, Palmer is tied with Venturi with two holes to go and can take the lead with the birdie on 17, spoiling the drama of 18.
5:25pm - Woods responds with a superb birdie on 14 - the hole he eagled on Friday - from six feet to edge two clear again.
Both players teed off at the 10th with Broadhurst picking up a birdies on 14 and 18 while bogeying 16 and 5.
Montgomerie, right, was in imperious form on the front nine making three birdies in the first five holes to help his team to three up.
A bogey at the last was the only blemish on Furyk's card which contained three birdies while Goosen hit five birdies and two bogeys.
The rookie was on fire and notched another birdie on the 5th but Lawrie matched it.
Johnson started with a birdie but it was cancelled out by a bogey at the second.
Hoffman drained a birdie on the first playoff hole to defeat John Rollins for his first victory on the tour after a blustery, unseasonably cool and windy week.
The three-times Major winner picked up another six birdies on the back nine, missing a 25-foot putt from off the edge of the green for birdie on the 18th after a bogey-five at the 15th.
HONOLULU -- Michelle Wie, amateur golfer and Honorary Chairperson of the Kapiolani Children's Miracle Network, announced today that she will participate in the Miracle Birdie Club fundraiser which will take place during the 2005 Sony Open in Hawaii for the non-profit organization's ongoing mission to benefit children's programs and services in Michelle's home state of Hawaii.