Play golf :: Types of play/stroke View Visualisation
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Cleek Source: SND (supp)
To strike (a golf-ball) with a cleek, so as to make it leap over an obstacle.
Drive Source: SND
To strike the ball for a distance shot, now esp. in playing off the tee.
Founder Source: SND (supp)
To muff (a shot) at golf, to mishit (the ball).
Heel Source: SND
To strike the ball with the heel of the club, and send the ball to the side.
Heuk Source: SND
To drive the ball widely to the left.
Laft/Loft Source: SND
To strike (the ball) so as to make it rise high and clear any obstacle.
Nip/Nipping Source: SND
To hit the ball with an edge of the club-face, to scuff, to fail to hit squarely. Vbl.n. nipping.
Play upon Source: SND
To drive (a ball) towards (the hole), to aim at.
Putt Source: SND
To impel the ball towards the hole with a (series of) gentle tap(s), to play the delicate game close to the hole.
Sclaff Source: SND
To graze (the ground) with the club in the act of striking the ball and so shorten the shot, to hit (the ball) in this way.
Shank Source: SND
To strike the ball with the shank of the club.
Socket Source: SND
To hit the golf ball in the angle between the head and shaft of the club.
Strik(e)/Stryk(e)/Straik(e) Source: DOST
To drive (a golf ball).
Swipe Source: SND
Of a full-length stroke at golf: intr. to drive, tr. to strike (the ball) in this way.
Tae Source: SND
To strike the ball with the point or tip of the club.
Tap/Top Source: SND
To hit (the ball) on its upper part, making it spin rather than fly forward.
To gobble a putt Source: SND
To play such a shot.
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