air shot


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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...
City had another opening before the break but Victor Camarasa's attempt to smash home the ball ended in an embarrassing air shot.
"Mounie had a couple of chances, Depoitre had a really good chance right at the end when a cross was teased in, but he just couldn't get anything on it - it was a bit of an air shot.
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A military source said that the air shot down a Saudi spy plane in the region of al-qarad, Sa'ada province, Yemen Press reported.
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.
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.
Yuri Zhirkov spoilt a thrilling break with a wayward cutback and Kerzhakov should have done better seven minutes from half-time when he produced an embarrassing air shot from Dzagoev's knockdown.
"Against the Icelandic team [Hafnarfjordur] he completely miskicked a backpass, he did an air shot, and the ball only just went wide of the post.
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.