A short, lofted shot from around the green.
To hit only a slight portion of a stone.
To hit only a small portion of a stone.
to hit the ball gently into the air
A short shot played from the edge of the green.
A short, lofted shot played from close to the green.
An approach shot that rolls further than it is in the air, similar to a Chip and Run.
Where a ball is hit high and short near to the putting green.
A soft shot, hit with backspin, that just drops over the net; as a verb, to hit such a shot. It's similar to the drop shot, but is more commonly used against an opponent who is at the net, forcing a difficult volley.
A short approach consisting almost entirely of run. It is usually played from just off the green with a variety of clubs.
(aka: "chip and run", "chip and roll", "bump and run") a shot that is designed to roll (run) farther than it flies (usually, but not always, from near the green) Example: My chip/chip and run/chip and roll shot hit the pin and dropped in.
No it's not something a dentist repairs on your tooth. If executed poorly it can be just as painful. A shot, generally close to the green, that is low and then rolls on the green like a putt.
a low running approach shot
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a lowtrajectory shot that rolls further than Home Courses Golf Tips Q A Golf Games Equipment
a low-trajectory shot that rolls further than it
a type of "lofted ball with backspin", but it isn't a "drive" because it doesn't go very far
a type of shot played in golf where the ball stays low in the air and rolls quite a distance after landing on the ground
A chip is a very short shot used when the ball is close to the green but not on the green. The intention of the chip is to make the ball roll low to the ground and go in or near the hole.
A shot to the green with a higher lofted club, such as a 9-iron, pitching wedge, or sand wedge. Ball tends to fly low and roll toward the hole.
Alow running shot onto the green.
A kick where the ball is lofted into the air by wedging the toe and instep underneath a grounded ball
blocking a shot with underspin
a high soft kick. To lift a ball over another player's heads. See also Lob and Loft.
A lofted, arcing pass or shot created by lifting the ball with your toe.
A shot normally played from a short distance from the green.
a chip shot is played as an approach shot to the green
a low running shot onto the green.
A pass made by contacting the ball very low with the foot using a motion that jabs the foot into the ground (no follow through). The result is a pass that gains immediate height and backspin.
Any number of short shots, typically played to the green, with a higher lofted club (#7, 8, 9 or wedges.)
A short approach shot taken from near the green intended to have a short flight and a longer roll.
A lofted shot played from around the green. Usually played with a pitching wedge or a sand wedge.
a high, arching shot that is lofted over the heads of defenders or the goalkeeper.
A chip shot is a low approach shot made from near the green.
A low-trajectory, short golf-shot made from just off the green.
A pass or shot that is lofted into the air from an attacker to a teammate or on goal, usually over the head of a defending player.
A short shot usually made from near the green to the green.
Hitting the ball into the air with enough flight to land on the green and roll across the green towards the hole.
A pass lofted into the air from a player to a teammate or as a shot on goal.