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yardage

[′yärd·ij]
(mechanics)
An amount expressed in yards.
(mining engineering)
The extra compensation a miner receives in addition to the mining price for working in a narrow place or in deficient coal, usually at a certain price per yard advanced.

Yardage

A term applied to cubic yards of earth excavated or installed.

yardage

1. The number of cubic yards excavated or filled.
2. An area or surface, expressed in square yards.
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But you are giving yourself a much better chance if you work out the yardage on each shot rather than relying on eyesight alone.
If you think yardage, you are taking an important factor out of the equation.
You are looking at the yardage, you're calculating where the green shapes are instead of just getting the yardage and getting the club out.
As you can see, if a player has four wedges and can utilise the three different swings, they can have 12 possible yardages to choose from within 130 yards.
The Company's new Game Enjoyment System (GES) consists of seven uniquely designed golf clubs, a stand bag, headcovers and a guidebook that explains the set and provides yardage and usage guidelines for each club.
StarCaddy adds a GPS receiver and easy-to-use software to PDAs to create the ultimate tool for getting accurate yardages on the golf course.
Ben Cittadino runs to a ball on the fairway with a fully packed bag over each shoulder and checks for yardage.