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airshot

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(Golf) golf a shot that misses the ball completely but counts as a stroke
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There was a last instant when the air shot past him like millions of fiery wires; and then the elm.
However, Ian Long's men kept their title bid on track when Nadat's air shot was played back in by Connor Deards for Williams to sweep home the winner from inside the six-yard box.
Stenson had recovered from the embarrassment of a complete air shot on the second to open up a three-shot lead with three to play.
I rode my first winner as a jockey in Liz's colours at Chepstow in March 1994 on Air Shot and my relationship with her and her husband Peter has always been, and remains, excellent.
After such a decent opening, I became chattier, more relaxed and took my eye off the ball - almost literally - a topped fairway drive was dangerously close to being an air shot.
Prior to this my ideas of sporting phenomena amounted to a straight driven six by Monty Panesar, an air shot from Ian Poulter or, the very least likely, any shaft of wit from Robbie Savage.
West Ham were already ahead by that stage, but they owed a debt of gratitude toWolves' Ronald Zubar for their 51st-minute opener, the right-back letting the ball trickle in off his knee after Carlton Cole had taken an air shot.
West Ham were already ahead by that stage, but they owed a debt of gratitude to Wolves' Ronald Zubar for their 51st-minute opener, the right-back letting the ball trickle in off his knee after Carlton Cole had taken an air shot.
Other features include two speed settings for styling plus a cool air shot for finishing.
McKnight's 71 in a rain-affected afternoon round included an air shot at a tap-in putt but he staved off Randle and Oxley Park's Joe Bartolo.
The Air Shot delivers the full effect of your shot, immediately.