Definition: "Gross," or "gross score" in golf refers to the total number of strokes taken during your round of golf, plus any penalty strokes. In other words, your total score without adjustments: add up the numbers on your scorecard at the end of the round, and that's your gross score.
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Examples:"My gross score was 92."
"I had a gross score of 92 but a net score of 76."