a person who plays golf
a type of cardigan
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How to use golfer in a sentence
When Nancy Pelosi was speaker, the gold medal was authorized for golfer Arnold Palmer and conferred by Boehner.
The House recently passed for the second time authorization to honor golfer Jack Nicklaus; the Senate has yet to act.
One of my regular playing companions, a near-scratch golfer himself, once told me that three-quarters of duffers never break 100.Forget Bipartisan Golf, Obama, and Play Against Me | Michael Tomasky | May 26, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
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.
Billy Duffy once backed Titanic in a bet against a powerful amateur golfer, noted for his long drives.
For a moment he wriggled his toes, just as a golfer waggles his driver preparatory to the stroke.Scattergood Baines | Clarence Budington Kelland
He was slowly going to pieces, forgetting the invincible stoicism that is the pride of the true golfer.Murder in Any Degree | Owen Johnson
Now he was only a golfer of one generation; there was nothing in his inheritance to steady him in such a crisis.Murder in Any Degree | Owen Johnson
Each will go on with his interrupted job as Austin has snatched up his hose-pipe or the golfer continued his game.The Poison Belt | Arthur Conan Doyle
For each guest a toy figure of a hunter, football player, golfer, prize fighter or any desired athlete could be used.Suppers | Paul Pierce