We have listed below Golfers involuntary wrist spasms while putting with the crossword clue answers based on our database. This clue was last seen on March 16 2023 in the NYT crossword puzzle.
|Golfers involuntary wrist spasms while putting with the||YIPS||4 letters|
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Crossword Answer for Golfers involuntary wrist spasms while putting with the
Golfers involuntary wrist spasms while putting with the NYT crossword clue answer with 4 letters is:
Why this answer? Meaning: Yips is a term used to describe the involuntary spasms that golfers have while putting. It is caused by a combination of physical and mental tension in the wrists and arms. It can lead to poor putting performance and has no known cure.
Other solutions or synonyms
Are you looking for a different answer? If you are playing another crossword puzzle game (not NYT), other (less) possible solutions to Golfers involuntary wrist spasms while putting with the crossword or YIPS synonyms are: JERK (42%), TREMOR (34%), TWITCH (19%), FIDGET (7%), QUIVER (3%)
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