play for position

play for position

[′plā fȯr pə′zish·ən]
(industrial engineering)
The prepositioning of an object by a worker for a subsequent operation in the performance of a task.
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"You have to play for position. It's all about getting the ball on the fairway as they are extremely narrow and, from there, you can attack some of the holes.