short game

short game

n.
The aspect of golf involving short shots near the green and putting.
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A common mistake among amateur golfers is the fact that many use one club for all their short game shots, this usually being a high lofted club as well.
I hit it poorly and Billy said he's not seen an exhibition of short game and scrambling and putting since he caddied for Seve 25 years ago.
And on a wet and cold October day, the US-based star then had to stay out for a Sky Sports Masterclass, giving tips on how to improve your short game.
But after two 71s the 53-day lay-off since the US Open has taken the sharpness from his short game in the last Major of the summer.
Boulden, who this week celebrated her 21st birthday, says her rst year as a professional has been a big learning curve for year and admits she needs to improve her short game.
LIVERPOOL Golf Centre & Driving Range has completed the second and third phase of its development by adding a golf pro shop, cafe, nine-hole mini-golf and short game area.
Tiger Woods admits he'll be rusty on his return to PGA Tour action this week – but insists his latest surgery has given him the time to improve his short game.
Other on site facilities include a purpose built clubhouse, 'Keepers Lodge' making it an excellent Hole, a well stocked Pro shop with some of the latest equipment on the market, 10 bay 19th covered driving range, designated short game and putting green as well as the very popular short Par 3 course.
In an ironic twist, however, it was his short game that he said had been fine last week that had let him down here in the emirate.
The main area of focus will be on the players' short game skills as bunker shots, chipping and putting.
We've focused on the short game this week and specifically on rhythm.
In the build-up to next month's US PGA Championship, the final Major of the year, he is also planning intense work sessions on his swing and short game.