golf

[ golf, gawlf; British also gof ]SEE DEFINITION OF golf

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Officers in khaki came and talked to them about golf and gymkhanas.

Your mother, your uncle, one of your friends on the golf links?'

From the swing at golf to the manner of lighting a match in the wind, this truism applies.

I play tennis in summer—when there is anyone to play with me—and golf, after a fashion.

As for the game of golf, my part of it, the least said the better.

Golf is a game, and Mr. Knowles doesn't look as if he played games.

I asked him what he had been doing since the day of the golf tournament.

His calls and invitations for rides and tennis and golf were more frequent than ever.

I met her ladyship on the putting green of the ninth hole of the golf course.

I met him on the golf course and he was condescendingly friendly as ever.