Or the golf ball you nudged out of its bad lie.
After hitting her drive into a bad lie in the left rough, Webb's next shot was short of the green.
The bad lies were not all equal, either.
He pushed the ball into a bad lie in the bunker right of the green.
If anything, some at City Hall fear that worse lies ahead.
But it seemed he was willing to answer, probably because he thought that the truth would strike her worse than any lie.
Whether mines are good or bad lies in the soldiers deploying them.
Buck was too ambitious with his shot from a bad lie.
Then he got a bad lie in the front right green-side bunker at the 13th hole.
Not a bad lie, as lies go, thought Bill.