brassie

[ bras-ee, brah-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF brassie
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I flubbed my drive, smothered my brassie shot, and heeled my third into the woods.

Shall I select my brassie and tempt twice the gods of chance?

They called one a nibbler, and another a brassie, and a lot of other fool names I never heerd afore, and can't remember now.

And when at the next hole I laid my brassie absolutely dead, he—— But I can tell you about that some other time.

Fairly long off the tee, but erratic with the brassie, and not all dependable195 when it came to short iron work.

And from a man who lunges at every shot and makes a 75-yard approach with a brassie—Well, it was nothing short of maddening.

West, left to himself, sighed lazily and fell to digging holes in the turf with his brassie.

The other obeyed, and succeeded in getting a firm hold of the brassie, but the rest was none so easy.

His first drive with a brassie had fallen rather short, and for the second he had chosen an iron.

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