- to strike (the ball) gently so as to make it roll along the green into the hole.
- an act of putting.
- a stroke made in putting.
Origin of putt
Examples from the Web for putted
Never in my life have I putted better than I did in those two rounds.The Complete Golfer 
Three times has he putted his way to the final of the championship, and once has he won it.The Spirit of the Links
It was sheltered from all observation and he putted for a few minutes.The Secret of the Silver Car
Old Sharon Whipple, the player who putted, never knew that above him had gone a thing he had very lately said could never be.The Wrong Twin
Harry Leon Wilson
I putted two men fr'm Roscommon in wan day, an' they had to be took home on a dure.Mr. Dooley in Peace and in War
Finley Peter Dunne
- a stroke on the green with a putter to roll the ball into or near the hole
- to strike (the ball) in this way
Word Origin and History for putted
1510s, Scottish, "to push, shove," a special use and pronunciation of put (v.). Golfing sense is from 1743. Meaning "to throw" (a stone, as a demonstration of strength) is from 1724; this also is the putt in shot putting. Related: Putted; putting.
c.1300, "a putting, pushing, shoving, thrusting," special use and pronunciation of put (n.). Golfing sense is from 1743.