a type of shot designed to have a very low trajectory, usually employed to combat strong winds.
PGAT says – You play it nice and low so the wind can’t take as much effect – this is not the same as you just catching the top of the ball and sending the ball piddling along the ground...
Applying a Kelly rule occurs when a player adapts or interprets the Rules of Golf to gain advantage in a given situation on the course which would otherwise be to his or her disadvantage.
PGAT says – You can get up to these kinds of shenanigans, but as Golfers will tell you, "that's just not cricket". I presume it comes from Ned Kelly, i.e. you're being a bit of a bandit