Besides, he was left-handed, and top-notch left-handed golfers are almost as rare as left-handed catchers.
The acting is top-notch, and Parsons has won a pair of Emmys for his turn as the witty, sarcastic Sheldon.
The vice president can be a top-notch political gunner, or a gaffe machine.
And from the start, with top-notch production values certainly upgraded from a “YouTube video,” Alpha House did.
“This was one of the plum, top-notch jobs in the country,” Triponey remembers.
There was never any trouble in booking it at the top-notch price.
That was real railroading, the top-notch of railroading, too.
With the sails so well filled the arms turned at top-notch speed.
Collins suspected that the man was not a top-notch researcher and so was in administration.
"She was lookin' top-notch—stop't and spoke to me," he went on.
Superior; of the highest quality; top-drawer: She's a top-notch racquetball player
[1900+; fr notch as representing position, rank, etc; found as a noun phrase, ''the highest degree of excellence,'' by 1833]