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a club, as a driving iron, midiron, or mid-mashie, with a long shaft and an iron head the face of which has little slope, for hitting long, low shots.
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play, scrambling and bump-and-runs are the norm, often under arduous weather conditions.
It's a tight driving hole and the second shot needs a wood or
to an elevated green.
He leek up one of the
dynamite reds, with fuse attached and put it into the stove.
But the clank of a
latch which fastened the outer door was.
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