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pitch-and-run shot

[pich-uh n-ruhn] /ˈpɪtʃ ənˈrʌn/
noun, Golf.
1.
Also called pitch-and-run.

chip shot

noun, Golf.
1.
a shot that is purposely hit fairly high into the air and is meant to roll upon landing, used in approaching the green.
Also called pitch-and-run shot, pitch-and-run.
Compare pitch shot.
Origin
1905-1910
1905-10
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British Dictionary definitions for pitch and run

chip shot

noun
1.
(golf) a short approach shot to the green, esp one that is lofted
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Slang definitions & phrases for pitch and run

chip shot

modifier

: I liked my chances of kicking a chip-shot field goal

noun phrase
  1. A shot, usually a high shot made onto the green (1909+ Golf)
  2. An easy field goal or field-goal opportunity (1970s+ Football)

[perhaps fr hitting under the ball as if to chop a chip from it]


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