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  • There were a lot of lip-outs, a couple of really bad breaks, and we got off to a poor start.

    The Seattle Times

  • I had a lot of lip-outs and putts that went over the edge.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • After one of the lip-outs came on an eagle attempt at 13 - yes, he was that close to having THREE eagles in the round - he rolled in an 8-foot putt at the 15th.

    News Channel 9: Local News

  • After one of the lip-outs came on an eagle attempt at 13, he rolled in an 8-foot putt at the

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • Will five more years of bad bounces and lip-outs change Hoffmann?

    SI.com

  • Watching golf used to mean watching agony, pain, mishaps, missteps, chunks, blades, lip-outs and various other acid-reflux inducing occurrences that make up the royal and ancient game.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • Still, that's five times he was right there, needing just a couple lip-outs to fall, a couple bounces to go the other way.

    IndyStar.com Top Stories

  • Didn't hit it very good and had a couple of three-putts there, and had five lip-outs.

    The Seattle Times

  • I had at least four, possibly five or six lip-outs.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • To have that many lip-outs and still finish in the Top 10, that's a positive side for my ball-striking.

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  • Missed putts by oh-so-little error. Very aggravating!

    March 28, 2008