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  • Ten 500-yard par-four holes, four 250-yard par threes and four 750-yard par fives reachable with a 300-yard drive, a 250-yard lay-up and a 150-yard appproach add up neatly to 9,000 yards.

    The Pros and Cons of Distance Creep

  • Gaelic football players advance the ball, which is a heavier version of a soccer ball, predominantly with their hands up the 150-yard field—they can carry it for four steps at a time, punch it to each other, or punt it.

    An Irish Game on Bronx Soil

  • I've had my fair share going past the 150-yard sign the range only goes to 200 yards.

    Maria Rodale: The Joy of a Few Good Whacks

  • The shortest hole at Augusta -- the Par 3, 150-yard 12th -- is widely considered one of the most treacherous, mainly because of Rae's Creek, which flows in front of the green.

    The PGA Tour's Best Fishing Holes

  • It took off, then soared on a higher plane, before crashing down and skipping to the 150-yard marker.

    A Golfing Phenom on the Fast Track

  • Michael stepped to the side of the door and watched through the small slotted window as KC continued fighting the man the entire 150-yard walk.

    The Thieves of Darkness

  • Sanders, who won four NFL rushing titles and was selected to the Pro Bowl for each of his 10 seasons (1989-98), also left the league with marks for career 150-yard games (25) and TD runs of 50 yards or more (15).

    No. 10: Sanders left them wanting more

  • The game I watched was played on a normal-sized soccer pitch, rather than a 150-yard one, which could have been the case in 1862.

    Old-fashioned Football

  • Several Bears sat on the field in disbelief - but Lynch was unaffected, finishing off a 150-yard performance with his second dynamic scoring run.

    USATODAY.com - College Football - Washington vs. California

  • But don't expect L.J. to post one of his seemingly typical 150-yard, two-touchdown days.

    Fantasy Focus: Week 17

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