Shagging: Picking up golf balls from practice ranges.
Shank: A shot that is struck in the hosel area of the golf club. The resulting ball flight is generally straight to the right. A shank may also be called a "hoseled shot", a "pitch out" or a "lateral." ...
shagging-- Retrieving golf balls hit during practice.
shank-- A golf shot which hits the club's hosel. A shank will typically travel to the right of the intended target line.
Shagging: To collect balls from a practice area.
Shank: To strike the ball with the part of the club head where the heel is joined to the shaft, causing the ball to squirt off dramatically on an outward path (dead right for right-handed golfers). To strike the ball with the hosel.
Shagging - Picking up golf balls from practice ranges.
Shank - A shot struck by the club's hosel, or neck of the golf club usually ends up to the right of the intended target.
Short game - The part of the game that is made up of chip shots, pitching and putting.
See also: Shaft, Woods, Golf, Metal, Flags