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Golf :: Types of shot/stroke View Visualisation

Baff/Bauf Search Source: SND
A stroke in golf, in which the ground is struck with the sole of the club-head.

Bouff Search Source: SND
A stroke in golf.

Cleek-shot/Cleek-stroke Search Source: SND (supp)
Cleek: An iron-headed golf-club used to play short strokes or to get the ball out of rough ground. Gen.Sc., obsol. Hence combs. cleek-driving, -maker, -putting, -shot, -stroke.

Glober Search Source: SND
A missed shot.

Gobble(r) Search Source: SND
A rapid straight put at the hole, such that, had the ball not gone in, it would have gone some distance beyond.

Iron Search Source: SND
A shot played with such a club.

Laft Search Source: SND
The act of striking the ball so as to make it rise high in the air; the slope on the face of a golf-club which causes this.

Leggat Search Source: SND
A stroke at golf, handball, etc. which is disqualified by transgressing the rules in some way, “is said to be leggat, i.e. null”.

Nicket putt Search Source: SND
A putt or shot made when the ball lies in a shallow hole or depression.

Putt Search Source: SND
The gentle tapping stroke used to impel the ball across the green and into the hole.

Quarter-game Search Source: SND
A short drive, played when approaching the green.

Quarter-stroke Search Source: SND
A short drive, played when approaching the green.

Rin Search Source: SND
A shot in which the ball is not driven into the air but made to roll along the ground.

Sclaff Search Source: SND
A muffed shot, caused by the club grazing the ground before striking the ball.

Short Search Source: SND
A short approaching stroke, in golf.

Skuttle Search Source: SND
The meaning appears to be a botched, bungled or muffed shot.

Sniper Search Source: SND
A driving stroke in golf.

Socket/Socketing Search Source: SND
A golf stroke of this kind (to socket: to hit the golf ball in the angle between the head and shaft of the club).

Spoon-shot/Spoon-stroke Search Source: SND
Spune: a club with a slightly concave head and backward sloping face. Now adopted in Eng. Freq. in combs. baffing (see Baffie), long, mid(dle), short spoon; spoon-shot, -stroke.

Stimie Search Source: SND
A shot in golf by which one's ball lands on the green not less than six inches from one's opponent's in a direct line between it and the hole so as to obstruct his putt.

Stimie-lofting Search Source: SND
The attempt by a player to make his ball leap over his opponent's obstructing ball.

Stimy-playing Search Source: SND
The attempt by a player to make his ball leap over his opponent's obstructing ball.

Swipe Search Source: SND
A stroke of this sort made with a golfclub or cricket bat (A blow delivered with a full swing of the arm, a sweeping stroke).

Tee'd shot Search Source: SND
The first stroke in a hole of golf, the drive from the tee.

Tee'd stroke Search Source: SND
The first stroke in a hole of golf, the drive from the tee.

Tee-shot Search Source: SND
The first stroke for every hole, played from a tee.

Tee-stroke Search Source: SND
The first stroke for every hole, played from a tee.

Toucher Search Source: SND
A good shot, one that gets near the hole.

Turn-ahead Search Source: SND
A forward stroke.

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