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golf bag

noun
1.
a bag, usually made of canvas, for carrying golf clubs and golf balls.
Origin of golf bag
1890-1895
First recorded in 1890-95
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  • It was opened by Feathers himself, ready to start and with his golf bag slung over his shoulder.

    A Bachelor Husband Ruby M. Ayres
  • Grace whirled about, almost dropping the suit case and golf bag she carried.

  • Bits of flotsam—a plastic pistol, bridge tallies, a golf bag—floated in the black water.

    It Could Be Anything John Keith Laumer
  • Trent noticed that when Devlins eye fell on the golf bag over his shoulder he frowned.

  • Then with it in one hand, her golf bag in the other, she set off across the campus at a swinging pace.

  • Hurrying to overtake her own party, she discovered she was still carrying the freshman's golf bag.

  • As Napier stopped to unshoulder the golf bag, Miss von Schwarzenberg lingered too.

    The Messenger

    Elizabeth Robins
  • Doctor Reynolds, who might or might not know something, had joined the country club and sent for his golf bag.

    The Breaking Point Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • He caught up with Aurora at a point half-way up where he took the golf bag from her shoulder and faced her again.

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