⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'sand wedge' von Englisch nach Deutsch
sand wedge [golf]
Sandeisen {n}
sand wedge <SW> [golf]
Sandwedge {m} <SW> [auch: Sand-Wedge] [Golfspiel]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The ground within Green Valley is covered with polygonal features several metres across and roughly ten centimetres high, thought to be caused either by thermal contraction (ice-wedge polygons) or by the effects of wind-blown dust (sand-wedge polygons).
  • Sand traps are sand cards which are not revealed until the 'sand wedge' card is uncovered.
  • Clubs with the loft of the sand wedge can be traced as far back as Young Tom Morris, who used a "rut iron" for play from troublesome lies.
  • Sarazen claimed to have invented the modern sand wedge, and debuted the club (while keeping it secret during preliminary practice rounds) at The Open Championship at Prince's Golf Club in 1932 (which he won).
  • Sandwich - Dorf asked for a Sand Wedge, apparently he got a sandwich to hit the ball out of the sand.
  • Newer designs of wedges, especially the sand wedge, have changed the shape of the sole slightly to reduce the bounce along the heel (hosel side) and provide a more curved leading edge.
  • After Rockne's death, the company focused on golf, introducing the R-90, a sand wedge golf club inspired by Gene Sarazen's victory in the 1932 British Open.
  • Gene Sarazen is credited with the introduction of the sand-wedge. Sarazen wins both the British and U.S. Open titles in 1932, becoming only the second man (after Bobby Jones) to achieve the feat.
  • Seed once took a six-figure bet that he could break 100 on a desert golf course four times in a day using just a five iron, sand wedge, and putter.
  • Ángel Cabrera birdied the [...] 9th hole (his 18th) after hitting an approach with a sand wedge to within two feet (0.6 m) to take a one-shot lead at the halfway point.
  • Couples laid up with a wedge and nearly holed his third shot with a sand wedge; he sank the one-foot (0.3 m) putt for birdie to win the title.
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