Definition of Clubhead

1. Noun. (golf) the head of the club which strikes the ball.

Exact synonyms: Club Head, Club-head, Golf-club Head
Category relationships: Golf, Golf Game
Terms within: Face, Heel, Sole, Toe
Group relationships: Club, Golf Club, Golf-club
Generic synonyms: Head



Definition of Clubhead

1. Noun. (golf) The head of a golf club: the part of the club that strikes the ball ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Clubhead

1. the part of a golf club that strikes the ball [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clubhead

clubfist
clubfisted
clubfists
clubfooted
clubfootedness
clubgoer
clubgoers
clubgoing
clubhands
clubhaul
clubhauled
clubhauling
clubhauls
clubhead (current term)
clubheads
clubhouse
clubhouses
clubland
clublands
clubless
clublike
clubmaker
clubmakers
clubman
clubmate
clubmates
clubmen
clubmoss

Literary usage of Clubhead

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Chick Evans' Golf Book by Charles Evans (1921)
"The position of the clubhead in the right spot behind the ball is held loosely with one or both hands. You do not grip the club and take your stance before ..."

2. Golf Simplified: Cause and Effect by David Smith Hunter (1921)
"... SWING very slowly to move the clubhead backward. This is done by slightly turning (not bending) the left wrist and at the same moment allowing the left ..."

3. Golf by Horace Gordon Hutchinson, Henry James Moncreiff (1890)
"In leaving the ball, therefore, the clubhead should swing hack as far as possible, ... The clubhead ought to sweep l)ack along the ground, away from, ..."

4. Golf for Women by Mabel S. Hoskins (1916)
"Her stance is open and a bit exaggerated, her full swing brings the clubhead to the horizontal, while her finish brings the clubhead down almost to the ..."

5. The Princess and Curdie by George MacDonald (1908)
"clubhead had mounted guard over the butler, where he lay tied hand and foot under the third cask. From that cask he had seen the wine run into a great bath, ..."

6. Anthropological Essays Presented to Edward Burnett Tylor in Honour of His by Barbara W. Freire- Marreco (1907)
"A fragment of a discoid clubhead (BM 1905. 2-9. 327), cut from what is probably the same stone, though darker and harder, ..."

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