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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 said: "My background is advertising and marketing, but when that industry started to experience a downturn I began looking for something completely different - and my Dad, a keen golfer, mentioned a divot bag system he'd seen that all clubs in South Africa religiously follow.
Next time you play, take time to study your divot and establish if the depth is even from heel to toe as the club passed through the turf.
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.
Anetti Vene, 26, Praise for girls swapped life as a trainee accountant in Estonia to fill divots.
The second way is not the correct way, Roach said, although many golfers instinctively pull up the divot to smooth out the grass.
Divot says the hardest part of putting is learning how hard to hit the ball.
But in case it doesn't, Divot will show us next issue how to putt the ball those last few feet.
You're getting a good start on a golf swing, like Divot and the kids.
Odyssey also unveiled a new line of branded accessories, including three golf bags, six hats, an umbrella, a towel, and a new divot repair tool, all in the brand's signature black and red color scheme.
But he blew his bid right on the first hole when his drive landed in a divot.
The handles are complimented with a divot on both sides, should the user require it for use with a bow drill.
He became irate and punched the acoustic wall of the interview room causing a divot in the wall," said Miss Hogben.
While his header was sublime, taken with the confidence of man in form, he showed the darker side of his game when taking a divot just before Wayne Rooney placed the ball.
JAMIE HAMILL bagged a wonder goal for Kilmarnock to end their dismal home run then thanked the groundsmen for the divot that helped him catch the ball so sweetly.
Midfielder Nick Amos, however, will be ruled out tonight after twisting his ankle after getting his foot stuck in a divot in last Saturday's draw at Mangotsfield.