wood shot

wood shot

n.
1. A golf shot made with a wood.
2. A stroke in racket games made with the frame of the racket instead of the strings.
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Also, a H Philp darkstained fruit wood shot spoon c.1840 Est PS2,000 - PS2,500 and much more.
England's Chris Wood shot yesterday's best round - a 65 for a share of third place at 11 under.
The Cumbrians had been comfortable but endured a nervy finish when Steven Wood shot home with five minutes to go.
Wood shot to fame in 2008 when he was the top amateur at the Open held at Royal Birkdale.
Bristol-born Wood shot to fame by finishing fifth in the 2008 Open while still an amateur, before just missing out on the play-off last year as a professional at Turnberry, one of five top-10 finishes in 2009 for the two-time English Amateur Order of Merit winner.
Wood shot up to second in the list after his fortune soared pounds 256million to pounds 890million.
And when Wood shot wide from just ten yards, Ternent must have feared this was not going to be Burnley's day.
He likes Dubai, the 1996 Shot of the Year coming via the fairway wood shot that won him the Desert Classic at the nearby Emirates course, and he already has one good effort at Dubai Creek under his belt, fifth last year, when he was still a bit rusty.
Matthew Berkeley wasted several good chances to secure a more convincing win and Jamie Wood shot wide late on with only Lee Kendall to beat.
Derek smiled: "I hit the best three wood shot of my life on the 501-yard 16th then holed a fast 35-foot putt for my first ever eagle in competition.
THERE were echoes of 1998 as Bristol amateur Chris Wood shot to fame by finishing fifth in The Open to win the silver medal - but he is not yet ready to follow in the footsteps of Justin Rose and turn pro.
Gary Wood shot straight at keeper Barry John Corr after seven minutes and Steve Bowey screwed an effort across the face of goal.