sand wedge

sand wedge
Golf a type of wedge with a wide, heavy sole used for making shots from sand traps

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  • Sand wedge — A sand wedge is a golf club used to stroke a golf ball from a bunker, also known as a sand trap. It is generally similar to other wedges, which are in turn a type of iron, but the club has some specializations to aid it in its intended… …   Wikipedia

  • Sand Wedge — Verschiedene Golfschläger: Holz, Putter und Eisen (nicht maßstabsgerecht, das Holz ist deutlich voluminöser) Ein Golfschläger ist ein Sportgerät, mit dem beim Golf ein Ball auf den 18 Bahnen eines Golfplatzes vom Abschlag bis ins Loch befördert… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • sand wedge — noun a wedge used to get out of sand traps • Hypernyms: ↑wedge * * * noun : a golfing iron with considerable loft and a wide flange for use in blasting from a sand trap * * * sand wedge noun A golf club specially designed to hit the ball out of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • sand wedge — /ˈsænd wɛdʒ/ (say sand wej) noun a golf club used for playing a ball which has landed in a bunker; blaster. Also, wedge …  

  • sand wedge —    (not preferred)    refer to ice wedge cast …   Glossary of landform and geologic terms

  • sand wedge — noun Golf a heavy, lofted iron used for hitting the ball out of sand …   English new terms dictionary

  • sand wedge — noun A golf club (an iron) with a heavy flange on the bottom, ideal for bunker shots …   Wiktionary

  • sand iron — noun Another name for a sand wedge • • • Main Entry: ↑sand * * * ˈsand iron 7 [sand iron] noun (BrE) …   Useful english dictionary

  • wedge — /wɛdʒ / (say wej) noun 1. a device (one of the so called simple machines) consisting of a piece of hard material with two principal faces meeting in a sharply acute angle. 2. a piece of anything of this shape: a wedge of pie; a cheese wedge. 3.… …  

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