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divot

(ˈdɪvət)
n. a toupee; a partial toupee. (see also rug.) His divot slipped, but no one laughed.
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Nicola Morley from Beausale set up the Divot Bag Company four years ago, initially more as a hobby.
ONE thing I miss about teaching on grass since moving to the Close House Golf Academy is examining a pupil's divot pattern after an iron shot has been played.
You go through dead spots, where rigs don't get touched, then all of a sudden, sinkers start bouncing through those little divots on bottom and rods start going off--sometimes two or three at a time.
So, the next time you tear up a divot on the golf course, make it a reminder to analyze your sales call performance--as well as the divot.
The starters, rangers and the management were all in agreement that Chris has continually helped to keep the course in great shape through doing the simple things such as filling divots, repairing pitch marks and raking bunkers.
The groundstaff were walking up and down throwing divots on to the track.
The animals left divots and holes scattered across the turf of the pitch inWelshpool, which has led to two player injuries in the past year.
We have lived amicably with a nearby family of skunks for many years, with only a few notable incidents--other than the many divots dug from our lawn.
30am and put in an eight-hour shift repairing divots.
The divots from the last meeting are rock solid and the forecast tonight is much the same, so we had no chance.
Instead of the traditional shovel and dirt pile, Fister created several powerful divots with his wedge, celebrating the beginning of construction on the 72-residence gated condominiums on the Chenal Country Club's Founders Course.
Players' efforts to imitate the style of stars such as Tiger Woods are leading to a soaring number of divots - holes made in the turf - which have to be repaired.
Divots had to be replaced by staff during the England under-21s training session yesterday.
The phantom player has carved more than 200 divots since he began climbing into the grounds in the twilight hours last month.
The 3,641 who watched a poor game on a pudding of a pitch full of divots will be glad work starts today on Town's new 10,000-seater stadium which should be ready by August next year.