Associations to the word «Golf»
GOLF, noun. (sports) A ball game played by individuals competing against one another in which the object is to hit a ball into each of a series of (usually 18 or nine) holes in the minimum number of strokes.
GOLF, noun. The letter G in the ICAO spelling alphabet.
GOLF, verb. (intransitive) To play the game of golf.
GOLF, symbol. The letter G in the ICAO spelling alphabet.
GOLF BALL, noun. A small, usually white ball that is designed for use in the game of golf.
GOLF BALLS, noun. Plural of golf ball
GOLF BUGGIES, noun. Plural of golf buggy
GOLF BUGGY, noun. A golf cart.
GOLF CADDIES, noun. Plural of golf caddy
GOLF CADDY, noun. A person who carries a golfer's clubs and provides advice
GOLF CAR, noun. A golf cart.
GOLF CARS, noun. Plural of golf car
GOLF CART, noun. A small four-wheeled motorized vehicle, used to travel around a golf course.
GOLF CARTS, noun. Plural of golf cart
GOLF CLAP, noun. A sarcastic or humorous form of applause performed by lightly and rapidly clapping the fingers of one hand against the palm of the other, used to show indifference or disdain, or to show polite or quiet appreciation.
GOLF CLAPS, noun. Plural of golf clap
GOLF CLUB, noun. In golf, the implement used to hit the golf ball
GOLF CLUB, noun. A club or organization where golf is played
GOLF CLUBS, noun. Plural of golf club
GOLF COURSE, noun. (golf) The land where one plays golf, with tees, fairways, greens and flags in holes.
GOLF COURSES, noun. Plural of golf course
GOLF PENCIL, noun. A small pencil, often about three inches long; one which was manufactured that way originally (as opposed to one which has become so through usage).
GOLF PENCILS, noun. Plural of golf pencil
GOLF SHIRT, noun. A polo-neck shirt.
GOLF SHIRTS, noun. Plural of golf shirt
GOLF WIDOW, noun. (idiomatic) A woman who is deprived of her husband's time and attention due to his regular absence in order to play golf.
GOLF WIDOWS, noun. Plural of golf widow
GOLF, noun. A game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes.
GOLF, verb. Play golf.
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