Definition of Golf game
1. 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.
Generic synonyms: Outdoor Game
Specialized synonyms: Professional Golf, Round, Round Of Golf, Medal Play, Stroke Play, Match Play, Miniature Golf, Clock Golf
Examples of category: Approach, Approach Shot, Chip, Chip Shot, Driving Iron, One Iron, Club Head, Club-head, Clubhead, Golf-club Head, Golf Course, Links Course, Golf Equipment, Driving Range, Golf Range, Heel, Plus Fours, Toe, Wedge, Whip, Loft, Address, Scratch, Card, Scorecard, Apron, Divot, Divot, Greenskeeper, Medal Winner, Medalist, Medallist, Stroke, Birdie, Bogey, Double-bogey, Eagle, Double Eagle, Par, Address, Tee Off, Par, Ace, Caddie, Caddy, Eagle, Hole Up, Carry, Toe, Shank, Putt, Putt, Heel, Toe, Drive, Hole, Hole Out, Slice, Hook, Sclaff, Sclaff, Tee, Tee Up, Chip, Birdie, Double Birdie, Eagle, Double Bogey, Bogey, Dormie, Dormy, Greenside
Derivative terms: Golf
Lexicographical Neighbors of Golf Game
Literary usage of Golf game
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard (2001)
"When the golf game is over, you can look forward to a good meal, some entertainment and quality rest at one of 10 area hotels. Participating hotels include ..."
2. From Harrison to Harding: A Personal Narrative, Covering a Third of a by Arthur Wallace Dunn (1922)
"... and they were supposed to belong to the leisure class, this frequent connecting of the name of the President with a golf game, whether on his vacation, ..."
3. Chick Evans' Golf Book by Charles Evans (1921)
"... from serious injury, and this threatened for a while to put me out of the golf game, for it seemed to prove that even golf was not entirely safe for me. ..."
4. Golf Facts for Young People by Francis Ouimet (1921)
"Furthermore, he was of the opinion that he had wasted golden opportunities to improve his golf game by not taking to golf, instead of to baseball, ..."
5. Golf Resorts: Where to Play in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica & the by Jim Nicol, Barbara Nicol (2001)
"GOLF: If you are having "control" problems with your golf game, you might consider taking up sailing. There is enough water to accommodate you right on the ..."