/ (ˈɡɒlfə) /

  1. a person who plays golf

  2. a type of cardigan

Words Nearby golfer

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How to use golfer in a sentence

  • 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