gowf


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gowf

(ɡaʊf)
n
(Golf) golf
vb
(Golf) (intr) to play golf
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Eating fancy lunches or drinking posh plonk was obviously more important than watching the gowf.
Gale said: "I'd targeted a short par five on my home course, Louden Gowf, but it was actually during a Ladies Open competition at Pumpherston where it happened.
The Lopes square first appeared on p 61 CYST GOWF BASH of the July/August MIT Technology OPAH UDAL RULY Review.
Upon entry the boys are crowded around the TV watching the gowf.
There's huge volatility on the markets on the back nine and if you have a Betfair account and a bit of gowf nous you can have a lot of fun.
My auld man, no a bad player himself, was teaching me, with the patience of Job, the rudimentary lessons of gowf.
I don't often lump on the gowf but I love the Masters and I've struck three massive bets at Augusta.
Away from the gowf, you can take a trip on the Strathspey Steam Railway, which brings a new meaning to steaming after golf, or hop on the Funicular Railway to access the Cairngorms.
E Ramsay(Carnoustie)bt P McCabe(Wishaw) 4&3; W Milby (Wigtownshire County) bt B St John (Hilton Park) at the 19th hole; S McEwan (Kilmarnock Barassie) bt M Murray(Brora)4&3; P Betty (Hayston) bt P Kennedy (Loudoun Gowf ) 3&2;R Thornton(Cardross) bt G Thomas (Greenock) 8&7; P Latimer (St Andrews New) bt C Lawton (Stirling) 1 hole; E Bryceland (Craigielaw) bt R Kellett (Colville Park) 3&1; S Robertson (Sandyhills) bt D Garland (Downfield) 6&5.
WATSON and I discovered that gowf has been played at Fraserburgh since the early 1600s - and they take it seriously.