Definition of pitch and run in English:

pitch and run

Syllabification: pitch and run

noun

Golf
  • A pitch shot with a low trajectory and no backspin, so that the ball runs forward on landing.
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    • If you watch the pros, you'll see that before they hit a pitch and run, most of them walk up to the point halfway between the ball and the hole.
    • Notable too is that most greens are steeply banked on one side, usually guarding some angle of approach, with few opportunities for pitch and run.
    • But he played a delightful pitch and run third that finished three metres away.

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