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golf

 (gŏlf, gôlf)
n.
A game played on a large outdoor course with a series of 9 or 18 holes spaced far apart, the object being to propel a small, hard ball with the use of various clubs into each hole with as few strokes as possible.
v. golfed, golf·ing, golfs
v.intr.
To play this game: She golfed every day on her vacation.
v.tr.
To play this game at (a location): He golfed 18 holes this morning. I golfed the municipal course last Saturday.

[Middle English.]

golf′er n.

golfing

(ˈɡɒlfɪŋ)
n
(Golf) the activity of playing golf
adj
(Golf) relating to, involving, or used while playing golf
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.golfing - playing golfgolfing - playing golf; "he goes south every winter for the golfing"
playing - the action of taking part in a game or sport or other recreation
Translations
لَعبُ الغولف
golf
golf
golfozás
golf
golf oynama

golfing

[ˈgɒlfɪŋ]
A. Ngolf m
B. ADJ [equipment, trousers] → de golf; [holiday] → golfístico

golfing

[ˈgɒlfɪŋ] ngolf m

golfing

[ˈgɒlfɪŋ] nil giocare a golf

golf

(golf) noun
a game in which a small white ball is hit across open ground and into small holes by means of golf-clubs. He plays golf every Sunday.
verb
to play golf.
ˈgolfing noun
ˈgolfer noun
a person who plays golf. a keen golfer.
ˈgolf-club noun
the long thin stick used to hit the ball in golf. He bought a new set of golf-clubs.
golf club
a society of people who play golf, or the place where they meet. the local golf club.
golf course
the place where golf is played.
References in classic literature ?
An honest and natural slum dialect is more tolerable than the attempt of a phonetically untaught person to imitate the vulgar dialect of the golf club; and I am sorry to say that in spite of the efforts of our Academy of Dramatic Art, there is still too much sham golfing English on our stage, and too little of the noble English of Forbes Robertson.
They wore a sort of uniform of red golfing jackets and white sweaters, football singlet, and stockings and boots and each had let his fancy play about his head-dress.
I think that I rather appeal to a certain type of girl for the reason that I never make love to them; I leave that to the numerous others who do it infinitely better than I could hope to, and take my pleasure out of girls' society in what seem to be more rational ways--dancing, golfing, boating, riding, tennis, and the like.
You can always go golfing, or think about golfing, or practice golfing, or think about practicing golfing.