overclub

overclub

(ˌəʊvəˈklʌb)
vb, -clubs, -clubbing or -clubbed
to use a club which causes the shot to go too far
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Sometimes Pugh makes his points with pile driver simplicity in statements such as "Practice - Practice - Practice" or "Overclub - Overclub - Overclub.
Liverpool had actually started the game with intent and purpose and Riise snuck in behind the Barcelona backline only to overclub his cross to a loitering Bellamy inside the box.
Powell halved with former Yorkshire champion Appleyard, losing the last hole to a 15-foot birdie putt and Greaves, one up on the last tee, saw opponent Ashley Smith overclub to the back of the green after bouncing through a bunker, leaving himself a devilish up and down for par.
Liverpool had actually started the game with intent and purpose and Riise snuck in behind the Barcelona backl-ine only to overclub his cross to a loitering Bellamy inside the box.