sand trap

NOUN
  1. a hazard on a golf course
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How To Use sand trap In A Sentence

  • I just wanted to make a few comments about the sand trap that I'll call perspectival relativism.
  • A Championship course, 18 holes, par 72, 6.066 mètres (Men)/5.235 mètres (Women) This course, that offers wide Fairways dotted with olive trees and sand trapes within a driving range, is indeed a challenge for players of all handicaps. TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com
  • So, when Tiger Woods puts his chip shot into the hole from a difficult spot in a sand trap I get no vicarious thrill or sense of accomplishment.
  • So, when Tiger Woods puts his chip shot into the hole from a difficult spot in a sand trap I get no vicarious thrill or sense of accomplishment. Big deal...birdie, birdie, birdie.
  • But on the 3rd hole, a slightly downhill par 3 over water, Woods blocked a midiron into the sand trap, short siding himself. Unplayable
  • To hit ( a golf ball ) out of a sand trap with an explosive shot.
  • Sports To hit ( a golf ball ) out of a sand trap with an explosive shot.
  • It seems that the trees and sand traps keep getting in his way on his approach to the greens.
  • Sand traps are prominent, but not sand boxes -- while golf courses are plenty, parks are few and far between.
  • A land hazard or bunker on a golf course ; a sand trap.
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