Usage examples for golf

  1. He's taken up golf, too. – Oh, Money! Money! by Eleanor Hodgman Porter
  2. And when I see you play at golf with that Mr. Spence-! – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
  3. " I had thought golf might be a possibility," he said. – Captain Jim by Mary Grant Bruce
  4. It's an invitation, she told him, from the directors, to attend a dinner at La Turbie Golf Club- house, up in the mountains, to- night. – Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  5. Griggs wrote him personally, and the reply came from the Brancaster Golf Club! – The Evil Shepherd by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  6. All our little woes must be brought to them- from buttonless shirts to the pitiful tale of our last defeat at golf. – Men, Women, and God by A. Herbert Gray
  7. They sat on a nose that could have served as a golf- ball model. – The Flying Stingaree by Harold Leland Goodwin
  8. The wind was directly ahead, and the hood of a golf cape so closely enveloped the woman's head that she for her part was deaf to the sound of coming sleighbells. – The Mayor of Warwick by Herbert M. Hopkins
  9. I cut out nearly all the last part, and confined myself merely to the proposed selection of a topic, endeavouring to pick it with as much care as if I were selecting a golf club out of a bag. – The Hohenzollerns in America With the Bolsheviks in Berlin and other impossibilities by Stephen Leacock
  10. The German officer who had surprised me down on the golf course did not turn out to be a bad kind of youth on further acquaintance. – The Invasion by William Le Queux
  11. Getting ideas is like golf. – My Man Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
  12. I'm afraid you don't play inland golf much? – The Holiday Round by A. A. Milne
  13. Besides our beach and its bathing, we have a reading- club for the men, evolved from one of the old native houses, and verandaed round for summer use; and we have golf- links and a golf club- house within easy trolley reach. – The Confessions of a Summer Colonist From "Literature and Life" by William Dean Howells
  14. They have so much golf, and parties that they can't ever bother with their child, except to scold her. – The Cricket by Marjorie Cooke
  15. If you take the fat man to luncheon with you, take this man out to play golf or tennis or have a motor ride. – Analyzing Character by Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb
  16. Marlowe made another pause, and Trent, with a puckered brow, inquired: " On the golf- course?" – The Woman in Black by Edmund Clerihew Bentley
  17. The so- called " trenches" as we found them, bore more resemblance to hastily constructed strings of golf bunkers than to anything else on earth. – The Fifth Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the War 1914-1918 by F.L. Morrison
  18. He is playing golf at North Berwick. – The Honour of the Clintons by Archibald Marshall