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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of golf.

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Examples

  • Two batters later, Valentin golfed a 3-2 off-speed pitch well over the wall in right field.

    USATODAY.com

  • W's new toy golf set...he's already 'golfed' in the living room, scaring Oreo!

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • I went on to be an assistant teacher for the class for a couple of semesters because I had a better knack for teaching archery than the Professor (one of my favorite instructors as well, and a friend still) ... so I golfed a little more frequently, and was fairly successful, for a beginner.

    Golfing With A Shotgun

  • Mostly because the people that i have golfed with.

    Tighten Chokes, Lighten Up

  • You enrolled your daughter in our schools, you volunteered with our organizations, you dined with us, golfed with us, befriended us.

    Emily Howald: A Final Favre Farewell

  • I've viewed dozens of Scottish castles, golfed the world's greatest links, and ridden the rails on The Royal Scotsman.

    Lea Lane: Seaplanes, Bikes And City Life In Scotland

  • It was an average performance made to look exceptional by Logan, who flailed at the first pitch as though he were chopping wood, then golfed at the second.

    Parents Behaving Badly

  • Hasn't the guy already golfed more times in his first year that Bush did in his first term??? so much for sacrifice ..... haren

    Obama delays Hawaii vacation over Senate vote

  • Obama has never golfed once in his term yet this guy can do that?

    Boehner tees off with Tiger

  • Granderson golfed a long home run into the Yankee bullpen

    Grand, Grander, Grandest

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