[ UK /dˈɒɡlɛɡ/ ]
  1. angle that resembles the hind leg of a dog
  2. a golf hole with a sharp angle in the fairway
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How To Use dogleg In A Sentence

  • Beyond the fourth, it's possible to see forward tees on the par-4 third hole to tempt players to take it over the trees with a draw and cut off the dogleg, as Dustin Johnson did during the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Risk-reward possibilities at Pebble Beach
  • The fairway doglegs to the left behind the trees, with the green, of course, out of sight.
  • The first incident cost me $1,000 to replace the "dogleg" on the other person's car (the obscure and perversely expensive little panel between the tail end of the car and the back door). When the hurly-burly's done
  • Instead, Canadian policy doglegged to the left as the prime minister claimed he could only support a war that had United Nations backing.
  • Gurney moved the kitchen out of a dogleg at the back of the house and into the middle of the first floor, and he relocated the front stairwell into the dogleg.
  • Bayonet's design reflects that tendency, with a number of holes doglegging to the left.
  • The fourth hole on the South nine actually has two greens - one that makes it play as a straightaway par 4, and another that turns it into a dogleg right.
  • This is generally a strange layout with a mixture of tough holes, easy holes, blind greens, doglegs and even a Thai favourite par 6.
  • That was the point of the dogleg at Shilshole, as well as the need to compromise and avoid putting the trail in front of the busiest businesses. Ballard Businesses Propose Missing Link Alternative « PubliCola
  • Where the ramps angle, holes are created that allow light to pass through the house from a skylight that matches the shape, dimension, and positioning of the ramp doglegs.
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