American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One of a set of clubs having a slender shaft and a head of wood or iron, used in golf.
- n. An organization of golfers.
- From golf + club. (Wiktionary)
“They arrived at the golf club and presented themselves at the door of the dining room — Qwilleran in his blue linen blazer with a tie, Chrysalis in her jogging shoes and toreador hat.”
“He'd given me the use of the hut (once an overnight shelter for shepherds at lambing time), full membership of the golf club and some money for paints.”
“I flipped my wallet closed, slipped it into my jacket pocket, then walked to the door, Hal Becker circling me with his golf club to keep some swinging distance between us.”
“She turned and saw Cade Bennett, one of Nancy Conlon’s engineers, at the far end of the corridor with a golf club in his hand.”
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