nongolfer

nongolfer

(ˌnɒnˈɡɒlfə)
n
a person who is not a golfer
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The format of the competition was that the golfer played all the shots to the green and the nongolfer putted for them.
Elspeth Wilson, Fundraising Manager for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity, said: "When Jason first got in contact with the charity, as a nongolfer, I couldn't quite get my head round the enormity of what he was planning to do.
A four-hole competition was held for pairs made up of one golfer and one nongolfer, which was great fun, particularly for the club's junior members who enjoyed taking parents and friends out on the course for the first time.
Dinner will follow golf and is open to any nongolfer who wishes to attend for a cost of $40.
Yet another essentially nongolfer, she was there "because Bob, my boss, strongly recommended" that she participate, McMahan said.
Nonetheless, as much a nongolfer as I am, I am pleased to publish "Getting the Best Out of a Golf Outing" (page 51), which I actually invited the author, Maureen Ryan-Fable of First Protocol, to do.
Everything results from what happens out there," grumbles one veteran marketing executive and nongolfer.
But Marcelo ended up showing him where it was, the President being a nongolfer.
Weekday packages: (Sunday-Thursday, includes room, golf and cart) Two golfers, $90 per person per night; one golfer-one nongolfer, $135 per couple per night; one golfer.
Golfers can play in the heated outdoor bays or join nongolfers for a buffet, silent auction and raffle.
A country club meant to provide facilities even for nongolfers is 'being planned,' he said.