when a golf ball is hit hard and is intended to go airborne but instead rolls or skips along the ground at high speed.
I played golf with my uncle for the first time yesterday. He thought it was hilarious because I only hit worm burners and never got the ball off the ground.
by Cliff96 July 28, 2005
Potentially applicable to any ball game played on a grassy field, but most appropriate to soccer and golf, it is when the ball is shot or struck that it travels with great velocity just above the grass, such that the friction would "burn" any unlucky worms that happened to be on the surface.
by todduncommon June 26, 2010
Tennessee Volunteers quarterback Jonathan Crompton. When he is not throwing interceptions and overthrowing receivers he throws the ball forcefully into the dirt and burns the heads off of worms!
by northknoxvol September 14, 2009
a term in golf that is used to describe a ball running along the ground quite quickly, comes from the fact that it hits the worms so fast they set on fire
by DJ SPYKERZ(SCOUSED OUT) August 25, 2009
In golf when a tee shot tops the ball with great force and forward momentum. Highly entertaining, the ball streaks along the grass spinning furiously with a tearing sound. Not classified as a dink out because the shot usually travels quite a distance despite the miss hit. Upon seeing such a shot one would imagine worms diving out of the way to save their skins.
by schmorlygigs April 28, 2010
When tooting/snorting a large line of an illegal substance up your nose and it makes the nostril burn.
by Thai Chivette September 30, 2012
a really gay four square term that makes no sense, usually stated by the UVA kids, Four square is beginning to suck.
by Mike Rotch January 30, 2005