With a photograph of goalkeeper Robert Green on the England team's golf outing, the Sun screamed the headline, " PUTTER FINGERS."
It turns out the Back9Network is a potential rival to the golf Channel, a Comcast property, Bosworth said.
This is a bit more than Ambien-fueled sex and a golf club through the windshield.
mid-15c., Scottish gouf, usually taken as an alteration of Middle Dutch colf, colve "stick, club, bat," from Proto-Germanic *kulth- (cf. Old Norse kolfr "clapper of a bell," German Kolben "mace, club"). The game is from 14c., the word is first mentioned (along with fut-bol) in a 1457 Scottish statute on forbidden games. Golf ball attested from 1540s. Despite what you read in an e-mail, "golf" is not an acronym.
c.1800, golf (n.). Related: Golfed; golfing.
An exclamation of woe, distress, shock, etc: He breaks open a mezuzah, nothing inside, gevalt! but a piece of paper that says ''Made in Japan''
[1960s+; fr Yiddish, ''powers,'' hence an invocation of a higher force]