Thesaurus / mashie
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I seldom use a mashie until I am within eighty yards of the hole.
He saw the mashie flash in the air, some turf cut away, and a ball dropping on to the green.
THE SOUL OF GOLFPERCY ADOLPHUS VAILE
Haven't you noticed he's been using a mashie—the same mashie every time?
I took the mashie, because I distrusted my ability to carry the bunker with another telegraph pole.
In this question of the choice of mashie it is necessary that taste and style should be allowed to have their own way.
Seaford is another very short ladies' course, which is yet splendid practice for iron and mashie shots.
If it had been a mashie I might have faced them, but a brassie-spoon out of a lie like that—no.
To hit the ball correctly when making an approach with the mashie, it is necessary to take a little—just a very little—turf.
He was all right, barrin' the mashie microbe, and he started in to put me next.
THE LASHOLIN L. LYMAN
It is properly classified as a mashie shot, but there are golfers who do it with an iron.

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