A ball that curves sharply from right to left, also called a snap hook.
an extreme hook. This shot will hook dramatically and lose altitude quickly. When playing with friends it is appropriate for the others in the group to make a quacking sound when a duck hook has been executed.
For a right-handed golfer, a shot that starts straight at the target and curves dramatically to the left of the target.
(aka: "snap hook", "snapper", "quacker") a shot that curves abruptly and severely right to left (right-handed player). Example: Timothy tried to kill his drive on the first hole and ended up with an ugly duck hook/snap hook/snapper/quacker.
A shot that starts straight at the target and curves dramatically to the left of target (assuming a right-handed golfer.) One of the most out of control shot types.
A shot that curves drastically from right to left.
To induce too much top/sidespin onto the ball causing it to move in a dramatic right to left flight path.(Usually ending Out of Bounds or in a hazard, or a lost ball).
Duck Hook (code-named "Pruning Knife" by the military) was the White House code-name of an operation President Richard Nixon had threatened to unleash against North Vietnam during the Vietnam War, if North Vietnam did not yield to Washington's terms at the Paris peace negotiations. Duck Hook called for the possibly-nuclear bombing of military and economic targets in and around Hanoi, the mining of Haiphong and other ports, air strikes against North Vietnam's northeast line of communications as well as passes and bridges at the Chinese border, and air and ground attacks on other targets throughout Vietnam.