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divot

A toupee. A: "Can you believe his divot blew off in the middle of his speech? How embarrassing!" B: "I know, we had no idea he was bald!"

divot

(ˈdɪvət)
n. a toupee; a partial toupee. (see also rug.) His divot slipped, but no one laughed.
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"There's a lot of repeat business as divot repair is often last on the list of priorities for busy green keepers, who therefore find it difficult to keep up with the increasing number of divots and the demand for ever improving playing conditions.
But if the divot looks deeper in the toe side, your clubs could be too flat for you.
"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."
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.
But that doesn't mean it can't be played by kids; not if Divot has anything to say about it!
'Maybe the caddy forgot to fill that divot and my ball went deep in it,' he said.
The deposit landed in the volcanic sediment, created a divot (or bomb sag), eventually solidified and remains in the same location today.
"He became irate and punched the acoustic wall of the interview room causing a divot in the wall," said Miss Hogben.
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.
Bendtner could be out for the rest of the season after he caught his foot in a divot.
Then when the carrier is slid into place, the screws cut a divot in the black plastic mount and eventually the mount breaks.
The typical club-level player fixes ball marks, rakes footprints left in the sand after hitting a bunker shot, repairs divot holes in the fairway, stays still while others prepare to hit the ball, and lets faster players through.
It took a freak 51st-minute goal from skipper Paul Ince to haul his side back into the game, his 20-yard shot beating Nigel Martyn after hitting a divot.