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Movement of the club head prior to swinging. A flourishing of the club behind and over the ball.
Warbird™ Sole
Bi-concave sole deigned patented by Callaway™ Golf for use on their Big Bertha™ line of woods.
Was Best
Held a consistent lead.
Water Club
Obsolete club from around the 1880's to the 1930's that was designed for playing the ball from a water hazard.
Water Hazard
An area of water permanently on the course which is marked with stakes or oil lines.
Water Hole
A hole that has a large, conspicuous water hazard between the teeing ground and the putting green.
An iron with a heavy flange on the bottom and a high loft. There are two types: the sand wedge and the pitching wedge.
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Club components that are weighed prior to assembly in an attempt to ensure consistent specification of the finished golf club.
World Greyhound Racing Federation, the worldwide promotion association for the sport.
A wagering term describing the selection of a greyhound to win, place or show combined with every other greyhound in the race.
The act of birth.
To swing and miss the ball completely.
A British term for heavy rough. Gorse bushes.
The thread or twine wrapped around the area where the shaft joins the head. It's often replaced by a plastic ferrule.
Whipping Cover
Plastic cover installed over the string whipping (the protective plastic-coated string found on wooden wood hosels) on certain woods. Common on Wilson woods of the 1960’s and 70’s.
Descriptive of a very flexible shaft.
A wagering term describing the first greyhound across the finish line.
Wind Cheater
A shot played low, usually with heavy backspin, into the wind.
A shot played low against the wind. It is played with strong backspin and starts low and rises only toward the end of the shot.
The elastic rubber material tightly wrapped around the core of some three-piece balls. Typically 35 yards of material will be stretched to over 250 yards in a single ball.
Winner's Circle
Where the winning greyhound proceeds following the race, often to participate in a ceremonial presentation.
Winter Rules
Local rules that allow a golfer to improve the lie of the ball on the fairway, primarily because of unusual conditions resulting from winter weather.
The finish line for the race.
A club, which can be made of wood or metal, that has a large head and is used for shots requiring greater distance. Usually a numbered set of 5 or more starting with the driver and proceeding to the 5 wood.
Wooden Cleek
Antique wooden shafted wood equivalent to modern #4 wood.
Wooden Mashie
Antique wooden shafted wood equivalent to modern #5 wood.
A ball hit with adequate distance that hugs the ground.
Wound Ball
Type of ball characterized by a cover over a matrix of rubber windings that cover a central core. Wound balls often have a softer feel and higher spin rate than other ball types. They may also be called three-piece balls.
Wry Neck
Scottish name for an offset or gooseneck putter.
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