short iron

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Noun1.short iron - an iron with a short shaft and pitched faceshort iron - an iron with a short shaft and pitched face; for hitting short high shots
iron - a golf club that has a relatively narrow metal head
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Day twice missed the green with a short iron in his hand, and one of those shots led to bogey.
He had a short iron into the green on the par-4 15th to set up a two-putt birdie.
A STREET that's less than a short iron shot away from the Old Course has been named the most expensive in Scotland.
He also did well to save par on third, a real birdie hole in the benign morning conditions, having managed to duff a short iron approach.
After a perfect drive he very nearly did just that, a stunning short iron landing less than a foot from the pin.
The par-three 11th draws comparisons with Sawgrass's 17th, requiring a short iron to a small island green.
English drove well to the right, but his short iron back to the fairway was too strong and settled on the border of the first cut and 4-inch grass.
Practice the movement with the ball and when you can consistently release the ball on line with good speed, try the same movement with a short iron.
The martial artist is also weapon savvy and knows how to use the Nunchaku, a traditional Japanese martial arts weapon consisting of two sticks connected by a short iron chain.
Last week they started to come back - I saw kind of glimpses of my normal short iron play.
Tears flowed on the 18th green after Ko produced an impressive short iron from the rough then holed the six-foot birdie putt, having held a one-shot advantage over Lewis and South Korea's Jenny Shin entering the last, the report added.
His short iron that bounced twice and rolled straight into the cup at the 460-yard, par-4 ninth wasn't even the only eagle that came from the fairway; there were three of those.

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