mud ball

mud ball

[′məd ‚bȯl]
(geology)
A rounded mass of mud or mudstone up to 8 inches (20 centimeters) in diameter in a sedimentary rock. Also known as chalazoidite; tuff ball.
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A mud ball ( meaning mud was stuck on the ball, but he could not lift to clean it because it was not on the greens) resulted in a bogey on the fourth for Lahiri, his only bogey on the front nine.
TIGER WOODS had to battle the elements and a mud ball to post a two under par 70 on day two of the Hero World Challenge in Windermere, Florida.
In five years, I see us still playing mud ball games, being a family and being there for one another.
I said to my caddie EoACAyif I have another mud ball I'll lay it up [play short of potential hazards and not take them on]'.
HARDWICK - Brent Kassavant of Spencer stood at the edges of the show tent waiting with Mud Ball, his 5-month-old calf.
I was even par with four to go, and I was right there where I needed to be, and two bad shots and a mud ball later, here we go and I'm at four over par.
TIGER WOODS had to battle the elements and a mud ball to post a two-under 70 on day two of the Hero World Challenge in Windermere, Florida.
Woods said: "I was even par with four to go, and I was right there where I needed to be, and two bad shots and a mud ball later, here we go and I'm at four over par.
He said: "With a mud ball, it depends on what side of the ball the mud is on.
I had a mud ball on 10 and finished in a divot on 15 but all in all, I thought I could have got under par but it didn't happen
Thousands of people, their bikinis and shorts invisible beneath the black coating and their hair frozen into mud Mohawks, danced, drank and flung mud balls at the event.
We made great little wildflower seed mud balls and popped them into empty egg shell halves which are now sitting on a sunny windowsill in the school so the children can watch them germinate before planting the whole shell and seedlings outside later on.