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  • n. Plural form of golf club.

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Examples

  • With session adjourned, no law school classes to teach, and Michelle busy with work of her own, I convinced my legislative aide, Dan Shomon, to toss a map and some golf clubs in the car and tool around the state for a week.

    The Audacity of Hope

  • All Irene Castle did with the golf clubs was the hesitation waltz, and after a while I turned on the light and opened Browning.

    Futures Imperfect

  • I woke up at three with Irene Castle and golf clubs dancing in my head.

    Futures Imperfect

  • Supposedly it appeared only once and a few weeks later, the reporter’s head was found mounted on a tripod of golf clubs outside his paper, a tabloid called Weekly Jitsuwa.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • With the exception of Virgin Atlantic Airlines forgetting to put my golf clubs on the plane they compensated for this trauma by delivering them, unharmed, to Harolds office an hour before my first tee time, everything went perfectly well until we reached Lugano, Switzerland, and could not find the road that led across the mountains into Italy.

    The Italian Summer

  • And so every day the loopy and infirm and blind and drooling made their way from what was euphemistically called the Resource Room to the gymnasium, because some administrator had decided their usual daily humiliation wasn't enough, and they would be well served to have footballs bounce off their faces, have golf clubs sail out of their hands, crack one another in the shins with floor hockey sticks, while the "normal" kids stood back and laughed.

    Land of the Blind

  • It showed a view of windswept links with a silver slit of sea in the background; with grey scudding clouds and two golfers doggedly leaning face-against the gale, trudging and pulling their golf clubs behind them on trollies.

    To The Hilt

  • En route, I called the golf clubs to say I was in ritardo, which was, a friendly woman told me, absolutely not a problem.

    The Italian Summer

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