The corner was turned at the fifth, where I took four putts.
She putts 'er 'and over 'er 'eart: 'It 'urts me,' she says; 'but 'twill sune be better,' she says.
To reach the green is one distinct feat; to hole out in two putts, when one has got there, is another.
Thus, take the case of Sherlock, who putts extremely well and consistently.
His driving was as long as Vardon's, and he was the straightest of all, while he missed some putts by half-inches.
Both "putts" (in quoted material) and "puts" (in author's voice) were present in the original.
Each tee shot was right, but Vardon and Ray were poor on the green and took three putts, while the American was down in one less.
He strokes the ball into the hole as though it were the simplest thing to do; easily and gracefully he putts it in.
Sharpe, being command't in chiefe, putts a commander of the May flower one Jno.
So Tukkey he putts 'em on an' moseys down ter de branch ter look at hisse'f in de water.