When a golfer strikes the ground behind the golf ball, which leads to a low or high shot with little distance.
To hit the ground before the ball.
When the club hits the ground behind the ball. This results in high or low shots with a loss of distance
Striking the ground before striking the ball.
A description of a shot when the clubhead strikes the turf behind the ball, resulting in poor contact and a shot that comes up well short of the target.
a poor shot in which the club is slowed by catching too much grass or soil, resulting in a short and slow ball flight
Hitting too much ground under the ball, causing the club head to lose speed thus lessening the distance the ball travels.
This is where the club hits the ground considerably behind the ball, making for a short shot with a large divot. (See Divot).
A shot on which the club hits the ground before it hits the ball, resulting in loss of distance.
A shot where the club strikes the ground well before the ball (usually resulting in a large divot).
When the club strikes the ball well behind the ball.