- n (formerly) a golfing wood with a face more elevated that a driver but less than a spoon
- He can use driver, brassie, mashie as driver, brassie, mashie should be used; has covered the course in 72; frequently beats the "pro.
- He held his brassie at his side, stiffly, like a sword.
- On the 524 yard 13th on his final round he put a brassie on the green and holed the putt for a 3.
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- Woman killed after robe catches fire in Orland Park home
Awoman died Thursday after a fire at her home Wednesday in Orland Park. Amelia Lulich, 85, of the 15700 block of Brassie Court, was pronounced dead at 8:15 p.m. Thursday at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office. Firefighters responded to a fire at her home about 6:20 a.m. Wednesday, Orland Park Fire Battalion Chief Daniel Smith said ...
Oct. 20, 2013 - SouthtownStar
- Mum's the word
Angelo Favretto, owner of Brassie's Farm Market at 1427 S. Lincoln Ave. in Vineland, hangs colorful baskets of mums at his roadside stand Friday. Brassie's, which has been owned by the Favretto family in the same location since 1960, is open seven days a week during the spring, summer and fall.
Oct. 19, 2013 - Daily Journal
- John Wooden in Los Angeles Times
I used a four-iron for the hole in one,Wooden said from his home in Encino. "It was about 185 yards. Then I made the two on the par five on the back. Used a brassie."
- Tiger Wood in Philadelphia Inquirer
It's like an old brassie,Woods said. "So even though it's not a driver, it is a very strong 3-wood."