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  • "I would substantially need to swallow ones pride to her - as well as goal she uses the driver subsequent time instead of the 3-iron."

    Truth to Power: Professional Athlete Tiger Woods

  • In the first episode, Korean golfer Sun Young Yoo works on her short game for 11 hours at the practice range, Juli Inkster talks to her caddy about the idiosyncracies of her 3-iron and Maria Hjorth says, "Who ate the rest of my expletive protein bar!"

    The NBA's Schedule (And Other Fantasies)

  • If you miss a tee shot and end up in thick rough or a bad lie in the bunker, it becomes a driver and whatever it takes to get in position to hit a 3-iron into the green.

    Hazeltine's four par-5s to challenge golfers in PGA Championship

  • I would probably need to apologize to her and hope she uses a driver next time instead of the 3-iron.

    Tiger, Tiger

  • He hit a 3-iron up the hill on the par-4 fourth hole to four feet for eagle.

    Johnson Builds 3-Shot Lead, Woods 5 Behind

  • Fisher had 160 yards to the 10th hole, hit a 3-iron that he normally hits 225 yards — and came up 15 yards short.

    Wind wreaks havoc on third round, players' minds at Open

  • From there, he somehow threaded a low 3-iron through the trees, only to see his ball roll too far, stopping beneath a tree on the left of the fairway.

    Unplayable

  • Woods, however, hit the most majestic 3-iron shot from 237 yards and watched the ball stop 4 feet beneath the hole.

    Unplayable

  • Later, the Aussie would refuse to believe that Woods hit a 3-iron into the green, insisting that it had to have been a 5-iron, given its height and the softness with which the ball landed.

    Unplayable

  • Tiger hit that 3-iron real close, 6 or 7 feet, best shot he hit all week.

    Unplayable

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