A shot with great height and little distance.
a high-trajectory shot that lands on the putting green with little or no roll
A short, high shot, usually played with a wedge, designed to land softly.
A high, soft shot, generally played near the green with a high-lofted club or a wedge.
A shot where the ball flies at a high trajectory with minimal distance. Usually used to hit over an obstacle.
A deceptive, high arching shot that is intended to pass over the goalie's hands and under the crossbar.
A high, soft shot, generally played near the green with a high-lofted wedge of some type (i.e., a lob wedge.)
A shot that goes straight up and comes almost straight down with very little spin or forward momentum. Useful when there is not much green to play to
A shot that goes almost straight up and comes almost straight down, most often used when the golfer has very little green to work with.
Usually played with a wedge, it is a shot with a near vertical trajectory, with little to no forward role.
A shot where the ball flies to maximum height and minimum distance, normally used to hit the ball from close range when trying to avoid an obstacle.
Similar to the lob serve except that it is hit during a rally. A shot used frequently in the 1970s and went out of style with the advent of the faster and bouncier balls.