eightfoot

eightfoot

(ˈeɪtˌfʊt)
adj
(Units) measuring eight feet
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And McIlroy (above) would have joined the three-way tie at the top had he not raced his eightfoot birdie attempt a similar distance past the hole on the last.
The Northern Irishman would have joined the three-way tie at the top had he not raced his eightfoot birdie attempt a similar distance past his final hole.
The 28-year-old knew he had to start well to put the pressure on Lowry but, while the Irishman holed a crucial eightfoot putt for bogey, Fleetwood missed from a similar distance for a birdie which would have produced a vital two-stroke swing.
The group of strangers assembled to form a human wall in front of a large eightfoot poster, depicting the aftermath of an abortion.
Big enough for a pool or snooker table (with overhead lighting already installed), table and chairs and sofas, it has underfloor heating, an eightfoot screen cinema system, electric blinds, and doors that lead to the terrace.
THIEVES scaled an eightfoot fence to raid allotments in Coventry - and even stole one man's garden gnomes.
In his mind, Mohammed Irfan was bowling toecrushers to eightfoot batsmen.
Then followed the eightfoot papier mache higantesKenkoy, Rosing, Ponyang, Nanong Pandak and Talakitok.
The US duo hammered Thomas Bjorn and Martin Kaymer 5 and 3 yesterday then had a foursome win over Kaymer and Justin Rose snatched from them by an eightfoot Rose putt on the 18th green.
I was watching golf the other day, saw a player sink an eightfoot putt and heard the commentator explode with joy ''oh what a fantastic putt, how did he manage to hold his nerve there?''.
The sight of celebrated film director Spike Lee exchanging pleasantries with Arsenal's eightfoot tall green mascot Gunnersaurous deep in the bowels of the Emirates may have brought a surreal conclusion to the afternoon.