underclub

underclub

(ˌʌndəˈklʌb)
vb (intr) , -clubs, -clubbing or -clubbed
(Golf) golf to use a club that will not send the ball as far as required
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For example: "You don't want to underclub your shot into the third green with the water along the front edge.
But according to the commentators they never make mistakes, they just overhit or underclub.
Another rare respite from the water, the 370-yard 11th hole climbs up a bank and two bunkers protect the front of the green from those who underclub - like I did