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  • n. A golf club (an iron) with a heavy flange on the bottom, ideal for bunker shots.

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  • n. a wedge used to get out of sand traps


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  • Still muttering, I hit a sand wedge over the bunker and onto the green, probably twenty-five feet left of the hole, pin-high.

    The Italian Summer

  • On the fifth, thanks to a ninety-yard sand wedge to three feet, I made birdie Were going to make you putt that one, hah!

    The Italian Summer


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