The result was usually a bad shot or a turnover.
When you're home playing with your boys, you hit a bad shot, it's not a big deal.
If he takes a bad shot now and then, that's something we'll live with.
He hit a couple bad shots and it really cost him.
He is a very bad shot, but I would be a fool to take such a chance.
Did he just take a bad shot, which can happen to anybody?
Took four shots, bad to hold lower on that last one.
You have to be able to play your bad shots.
It would be a different story if I hit a bad shot.
He doesn't really have a bad shot in his game.