golf club Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"golf club" in British English

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golf clubnoun [C]

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golf club noun [C] (STICK)

one of a set of ​speciallyshapedwooden or ​metalsticks used for ​hitting a ​golfball

golf club noun [C] (CLUB)

an ​organizedgroup of ​golfplayers, or the ​building in which they ​meet and the ​area on which they ​play
(Definition of golf club from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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golf clubnoun [C]

 /ˈɡɑlf ˌklʌb, ˈɡɔlf/

golf club noun [C] (STICK)

one of a set of ​wooden or ​metalsticks with ​longhandles used for ​hitting the ​ball used in the ​game of golf

golf club noun [C] (ORGANIZATION)

a ​privateorganization of ​people who ​play golf at the same ​place, or the ​place where they and ​theirguestsplay golf and ​meetsocially
(Definition of golf club from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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