Its fairways often are bordered by gentle slopes that carom the ball back toward the fairway.
The ball tended to carom off those thick flagsticks, too.
The holes are situated in valleys and are very user-friendly: Nearly every tee is elevated and wayward drives carom safely back into play.
The name of the game is carom , the original game from which billiards and later snooker developed.
The ball hit the base runner and caromed into the hands of the second baseman who threw the batter/runner out.
The ball, however, made contact with umpire Paul Runge, who was positioned on the infield side, and it caromed into short left field behind the shortstop.
As Appling reached down for the ball, it took a bad hop and caromed off his shoulder.
She hurled it at the ant, and the stone caromed off the carapace.
The ball caromed off his forehead into the hands of shortstop Bill Knickerbocker.
But the ball caromed off a tree and bounced back into a bunker, leaving a shot at the green.