American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A light golf stroke made on the putting green in an effort to place the ball into the hole.
- v. To hit (a golf ball) with a light stroke on the green.
- v. To putt a golf ball.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In golf-playing, to play with a putter; play when the ball lies at a short distance from the hole.
- n. In golf-playing, a stroke made with a putter, or made in attempting to hole a ball.
- n. See put.
- n. golf The act of tapping a golf ball lightly on a putting green.
- v. golf To lightly strike a golf ball with a putter on (or very near) a putting green.
- n. onomatopoeia A regular sound characterized by the sound of "putt putt putt putt...", such as made by some slowly stroking internal combustion engines.
- n. UK, motorcycling, slang A motorcycle.
- v. To make a putt sound.
- v. motorcycling, slang To ride one's motorcycle, to go for a motorcycle ride.
- v. To move along slowly.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Golf) A stroke made on the putting green to play the ball into a hole.
- v. (Golf) To make a putt.
- v. strike (a golf ball) lightly, with a putter
- v. hit a putt
- n. hitting a golf ball that is on the green using a putter
- Onomatopoeic, from putt-putt (Wiktionary)
- Variant of put. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“Slocum, who won the opening playoff event last year against a cast of stars, ran off three birdies in four holes around the turn to reach 15 under until a three-putt from the fringe below a steep ridge on the 13th changed everything.”
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“Eagle on No. 13, on a 66-foot putt from the next zip code.”
“Clark overcame a double bogey at No. 5 by holing a par putt from the fringe on the 18th for a 1-under 71.”
“In Thursday's round, he made a 60-foot, circus-like putt from the fringe that basically did a U-turn before disappearing into the cup.”
“He had three birdies on the front side, made an 18-foot eagle putt from the fringe at the par-5 12th hole to get to 16 under, then took a one-shot lead over Hjertstedt and Rollins with a birdie on the next hole.”
“His playing partner, DiMarco, had a downhill putt from the same area just before Mickelson's turn to putt.”
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