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Golf Dictionary

Golf Dictionary

A Chop It is a piece of grass, which is torn off by making a bad blow with wood or iron on the ground.

Especially beginners, when they try to hit the ball hard and misjudge its movement and distance, they hit the head of the club on the ground, ripping off a piece of grass, shaped like a chop. Hence its nickname: it is more common to pick up chops in the lower fields, where the level of play is lower.

In this video we can see what to do when you find yourself with a chop in the middle of the field and your ball falls into it. There is a technique to get out of it easily and within the rules:


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