long game


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long game

n.
The aspect of golf involving long shots with woods and low irons.
References in classic literature ?
Huntingdon,' said Hargrave, as he arranged the men on the board, speaking distinctly, and with a peculiar emphasis, as if he had a double meaning to all his words, 'you are a good player, but I am a better: we shall have a long game, and you will give me some trouble; but I can be as patient as you, and in the end I shall certainly win.
Tony Lascuna, fresh off a come-from-behind victory at Wack Wack, puts premium on putting, Clyde Mondilla and Jobim Carlos are banking on their long game, while Zanieboy Gialon opts for conservative play.
Once you get done and dusted, you'll be up for a long game of I spy, whether or not you're the driver.
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There are many ways to skin a cat, so the saying goes, and in this month's issue of PMV Middle East there are several stories about companies that have come to success by behaving in a way that I would describe as playing a long game.
If his long game is decent this week and he can find that mastery on the greens then he has a great chance at a successful defence.
Lost opportunities are rich sources of leads, provided you nurture them and play the long game.
It should be really good and I'm just looking for improvements in my long game - my driving and my irons - because that's what I've been working on.
Director of British Future Sunder Katwala said: "This is a chance for Nicola Sturgeon to play the long game.
Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband are both ambitious Mail Capricorns who know how to play a long game.
However, Chinese companies play a long game, and Alibaba is making a come-back to the ring by acquiring a stake in smartphone vendor Meizu.