sand wedge


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sand wedge

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(Golf) golf a club with a flanged sole and a face angle of more than 50°, used in bunker shots to cut through sand, get under the ball, and lift it clear
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Noun1.sand wedge - a wedge used to get out of sand traps
wedge - (golf) an iron with considerable loft and a broad sole
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In this four-wedge system, starting with your 45-degree pitching wedge, you can then add a gap wedge at 50 degrees, a sand wedge at 55 degrees and a lob wedge at 60 degrees, which should equate to 8 to 12-yard gaps for the average golfer.
A good selection would be sand wedge, pitching wedge and an 8 iron and choosing one of these depending on the lie of the ball and the amount of green you have to work with.
He's very calm as you saw at the last when he made me lay up with a sand wedge.
It seems silly hitting sand wedge, sand wedge into 18 but as soon as he told me to lay up, I knew probably five was enough.
What would the value of Bubba Watson's sand wedge be if it were bent at the hosel?
It's a huge advantage to be a long hitter to be able to knock it on, rather than trying to leave yourself a wedge or a sand wedge from laying up
With the wind the way it was I could take some of the bunkers out of play, get it down there where I could hit sand wedge into the greens even from the rough.
05pm) A seasonal special from 1973, featuring a generous helping of mirth, mayhem and magic from the comedian, who demonstrates how to cook a duck-egg omelette, plays snooker with a sand wedge and rides an ostrich.
Expect, then, to be guffawing with glee at this Christmas special, in which he cooks a duck egg omelette, plays snooker with a sand wedge and rides an ostrich - just like that.
He said: "My tee shot just missed the bush and I was even happier when my sand wedge flew 60 yards and into the hole.
I was in between clubs and went with the wedge instead of the sand wedge.
The Pro Touch Wedge weighs five percent more than the average pitching or sand wedge.