He was Updike the staff writer, Updike the golfer, Updike the humorist, Updike the father.
The paramedic put the bottles in a plastic bag to transport them to the hospital along with the golfer.
Officers were further rankled when the golfer repeatedly refused to meet with them after the accident.
Sources say that business advisors thought the material far too racy, even for Daly, and talked the golfer out of it.
When a golfer is out there on the course, any new bet he makes is probably made with his own money, without the help of a backer.
On the other hand, Oxford University was not a bad place for the golfer.
I know that may sound improbable to a golfer, but it is a fact.
For each guest a toy figure of a hunter, football player, golfer, prize fighter or any desired athlete could be used.
But no golfer would be reckless enough to try out a shot from there.
First golfer (to friend who has come from a distance to play with him).
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]