A short, high shot that lands with backspin.
An approach shot to the green. The player does not use a full swing during a pitch shot. This shot is shorter than a normal swing, but longer than a chip shot.
The pitch shot is one that goes high and does not roll very far when it lands. It is needed to play over bunkers close to the green - and to get out of the bunkers if you don't get over them.
(aka: "pitch shot") a relatively short, lofted shot designed to land softly and not roll much (differs from a chip in its trajectory and amount of roll). Example: "Johnny pitched the ball over the sand trap and left the ball only 3 feet from the hole."
An approach shot to the green which has a high arc and stops quickly.
The purposeful sacrifice of one or more checkers, in order to set up a shot or trap. Also known as a sacrifice.
A shot of varying length in which the ball is lobbed of lofted into the air. It is often not a full shot, usually no greater than 100 yards in length.
One of the materials from which anodes and cathodes are made. Both an anode and cathode are used in the electrolytic process to make aluminum. Pitch contains high levels of PAHs.
A reasonably high shot onto the green, traveling anything from a few yards to 120 yards (110m). You generally use a 9 iron, a pitching wedge, or a sand wedge.
A shot to the green with a higher-lofted club, such as a pitching wedge or sand wedge. Ball flies high and bounces toward the hole. play through A situation in which the group behind is permitted to play a hole on which the group ahead is playing. The group behind is said to have played through.
Ashort-range shot that travels fairly high into the air.
a shot played, often with a wedge, when close to the green
a short-range shot that travels fairly high into the air.
A short shot lofting the ball into the air in a high arc and landing with backspin.
This is a short approach shot that is higher than a chip shot.
A high-trajectory golf shot made near the green.
A short shot with a high loft and some backspin.
A short, high approach shot. Doesn't run much on landing.
To hit the ball high into the air onto the green using a lofted club.
A short shot, lofted high toward the putting green, usually with backspin.