- v. present participle of golf.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act of playing golf.
- n. playing golf
“That means African-Americans included in golfing establishments reserved for only whites.”
“Guess golfing is the reason he missed 40% of the votes in the Senate.”
“I wonder if people actually want to picnic or walk on or around a golf course, particularly if golfing is going on.”
“Two clutch birdie putts on the 18th hole of regulation that will find their place in golfing lore weren't even enough to settle one of the greatest two-man displays in championship history.”
“Why Dubai?" said Tiger Woods when asked why he had chosen to build his first golf course design in the Emirates, thousands of miles from his home in Florida and a world away from the Old Course at St Andrews, the links lay‑out designed and built by nature he has always described as his golfing lodestar.”
“FREDRICKA WHITFIELD, CNN ANCHOR: Golfing great Tiger Woods -- can you imagine being called a golfing great and you're only in your 20s?”
“Sometimes I was apt to be critical, perhaps a little too critical, of the young lady who might be described as the golfing girl-the young lady who, after a brilliant round of golf, played equally as well a game or two of bridge in the evening and danced with grace at the fashionable ball.”
“As an interesting feature of what we might call golfing physiology, I seriously suggest that players of these habits and temperament, when they begin to work like a steam-engine in the bunker, do not see the ball at all for the last few strokes.”
“HE rubs shoulders with Hollywood A-listers Samuel L Jackson, Joe Pesci and Hugh Grant and has used bad boy American rapper Kid Rock's palatial Michigan home as a crash-pad - yet for close on 15 years in Welsh golfing circles he's worked somewhat under the glare of publicity.”
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