sand wedge

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a wedge used to get out of sand traps

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He said: "Chris didn't know what the situation was on the last and was thinking of going for the green with his second but I told him to lay up with a sand wedge then hit another sand wedge to the green.
Examples include a "P" for a pitching wedge and "S" for a sand wedge.
Swede Henrik Stenson was responsible for that, charging through the field from 28th to second with an outward 32 and kissing his ball when he holed his sand wedge approach to the 465-yard 13th for an eagle two.
He was left with a sand wedge shot, which missed the green but managed to make par to claim the title.
Often blind tee shot so aim for the middle with sand wedge.
I got very unlucky on the 18th in regulation, where it got a pretty big bounce for a sand wedge.
David Capelin swung a sand wedge at his one-year-old bull mastiff-cross, Lucy, after discovering she had eaten his shopping and messed on the kitchen floor.
So, get out your pitching or sand wedge and have at it.
Depending on how much you have left, you can use a sand wedge or pitching wedge.
A sand wedge to eight-feet on the 18th for a birdie put him at 14-under 202.
Curtis says: "You could be hitting a six-iron or a sand wedge depending on the wind.
The bands form within a well-defined, narrow central region extending from the hopper opening to the top of the sand wedge.
In general terms playing this shot, for a sand wedge the ball will be in the air for 50 per cent of the shot and roll for 50 per cent, using a 7-iron the ball will be in the air for 30 per cent of the shot and roll for 30 per cent.