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The game turned at the par-three 12th, where Goodfellow looked like going two down until he halved by holing out with a sand wedge over a bank from 30 feet, inspiring a run of three winning holes in a row.
Expect, then, to be guffawing with glee at this Christmas special, in which he cooks a duck egg omelette, plays snooker with a sand wedge and rides an ostrich - just like that.
Among the equipment stolen was a Nike iron set and putter, Taylormade R11 Driver and 3 Wood, Wilson Staff putter, and a Titleist Vokey sand wedge.
So, get out your pitching or sand wedge and have at it.
Byrne explained: "Instead of reaching for their sand wedges when their balls run off the greens they will have to think about playing a little pitch and run with their 7 or 9 irons or maybe even using a putter.
Sand wedges account for 46 percent of all wedges sold at Fiddler's Green, lob wedges for 30 percent and gap wedges 24 percent.
s 52-degree Gap Wedge, 56-degree Sand Wedge and 60-degree Lob Wedge Equal 'Scoring Zone' Success
Depending on how much you have left, you can use a sand wedge or pitching wedge.