driving iron


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Noun1.driving iron - (golf) the long iron with the most nearly vertical facedriving iron - (golf) the long iron with the most nearly vertical face
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
iron - a golf club that has a relatively narrow metal head
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I have also added two three irons - one is a normal three iron and one is more of a driving iron.
I need to be able to have a comfort level, a comfort shot that I can play off these tee boxes, whether it be a driving iron or a three wood or a driver, something where I feel just a little bit more comfortable.
As the film opens he strikes a golf ball with a driving iron.
Speaking as a 35-mile-an-hour wind tore off the Bristol Channel and straight up the first fairway at Porthcawl, Woosnam added: "With this week in mind, I have actually been practising for the last few weeks with a one iron, or driving iron as they call it nowadays.
With Chinese demand driving iron ore trade growth and a substantial supply gap, a significant amount of high cost Chinese domestic ore supply will still be needed for some time to come.
Driving should be done using a wood or a driving iron due to their length.
He said: "I tried to hit driving iron, but hit a really bad shot and didn't get up and down off the green, then I hit two great shots at 17, a twoiron and a five-iron to get back to level par.
He said: "I tried to hit a driving iron, but hit a really bad shot and didn't get up and down off the green, then I hit two great shots at 17, a two iron and a five-iron to get back to level par.
Then, when it exploded, it pounded our star with shock waves, driving iron into both the sun and the budding planets around it.