Übersetzung für 'yips' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN1   a yip | yips
NOUN2   yips | -
VERB   to yip | yipped | yipped
yipping | yips
sth. yipsetw. jault
to have the yips [coll.] [focal dystonia of golfers]
den Yips haben
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  • den Yips haben = to have the yips [coll.] [focal dystonia of golfers]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Owens also is credited with inventing and popularizing the "long (52") style putter" which he used to overcome the yips.
  • It can be compared to 'the yips', an expression used to describe apparent loss of fine motor skills without any explanation.
  • A strong overhead mark, Thompson seemed to have the kicking yips for pre-game nerves before settling into the rhythm of the game.
  • was the cause of his yips, the Hornets send Gorō to Billy Oliver, a sports psychologist, for treatment.
  • In golf, the yips is a movement disorder known to interfere with putting.

  • A red fox which wanders around Ohitoyo Station. Communicates using yips.
  • Duck ague, also buck fever or buck ague, is a hunting term for the yips, in which a marksman or hunter, before taking a shot with either a gun or bow in a tense situation, loses mental quietude and misses the shot.
  • Coria's service yips got increasingly worse in 2006, although he still reached the third round of the Australian Open, and even managed a victory over Novak Djokovic at the Miami Masters without serving any double faults.
  • Langer has battled the yips, having a strong tendency to flinch or twitch during putting.
  • Suffering from the yips, notably making him let his club go on his swing, he was forced to retire at the age of 35, in 2014.

  • During the 20/20 Finals Day in August 2011, Paul Allott suggested Lee's decline coincided with the total loss of his run up, [...] similar to the yips suffered mainly by left arm spinners.
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