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The side of the head of a golf club that strikes the ball.
- ‘Both have led to a more closed club face than normal at the top of his back swing and extra body rotation in the forward swing.’
- ‘With visions of making the shot of the tournament I clambered down and, opening the club face, attempted to lift the ball high up and back into play.’
- ‘He then proceeded to list around ten things, starting from altering his grip and going all the way through to club face rotation through impact.’
- ‘I seemed to hit it right in the middle of the club face every shot today.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.