golfer golfer  /ˈɡɑl fər/

Definition(s):

  • (n) someone who plays the game of golf

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. It was the American golfer Fred Couples who earned the nickname Boom Boom in the 1990s with his explosive tee shots.
  2. A golfer needs to be exceedingly lucky as well as able to reach, through a long succession of 18-hole matches, the 36-hole final.
  3. And credit must clearly also be given as Yang did on Sunday to South Korean female golfer Se Ri Pak, who has won two majors.

News

  1. Golfer attacked 63-year-old man, fled

    This golfer needs to get a serious grip on himself.        
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Sun-Sentinel

  2. Golfer's Son Hits Jackpot

    PROFESSIONAL golfer Des Smyth opted out of a vital event on the U.S. Seniors Tour last weekend to fly home and share family celebrations with his 24-year-old caddy son Greg, who scooped a whopping $13,872,226 in the Irish lotto.It was the eighth-highest jackpot won since the National Lottery was launched 20 years ago.Smyth senior opted out of the Boeing Championship at Sandestin, Florida to fly ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Irish Central

  3. Golfer who attacked motorist arrested, police say

    A golfer accused in a severe beating in Ponce Inlet has been arrested, police said Tuesday.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: WESH 2 Orlando

Quotes

  1. "This might be my last win as a golfer," Yang said. "But it sure is a great day."
    on Aug 16, 2009 By: Yang Yong-eun Source: ESPN

  2. "The statistics will tell you, yes, it is over," said Ernie Els, who is 1-under. "As a competitor, you can't ever think it's over. If I was not a golfer, a fan on the couch, I'd be putting my house on him."
    on Aug 11, 2007 By: Ernie Els Source: Augusta Chronicle

  3. Her dominance helped forge a friendship with the dominant male golfer of this generation, and Tiger Woods said it was "sad to see the greatest female golfer of all time step away."
    on May 14, 2008 By: Tiger Wood Source: Los Angeles Times

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