Traducción de golf en español:


golf, n.

Pronunciación /ɡɑlf/ /ɡɔlf/ /ɡɒlf/

Ver definición en español de golf


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    golf masculino
    to play golf jugar golf
    • A man was playing a game of golf, and on hole 16, he hit the ball right into a field of buttercups.
    • Another choice is a game of golf at either of the two nearby 18-hole courses.
    • You'll be able to watch live premiership games, basketball, golf, cricket, and all sorts.
    • He enjoys nothing more than going to school, playing golf and watching football games.
    • There are a lot of kids out there now in college golf and in high-school golf who hit the ball further than I do.
    • In his younger years he played in Haworth Band and also played golf at Riddlesden Golf Club.
    • Following the school visit, a friendly game of golf was played at the Eastern Star Golf Club.
    • Unlike a lot of other sports, golf is a game that can be enjoyed well into your senior years.
    • He loved above all the game of golf and he had many mates at the local club.
    • Ladies' club golf may be in decline overall, but the professional game is booming.
    • As we tiptoed around those final two holes, the thought occurred that, truly, golf is a great game.
    • Nothing is more important on a golf course than golf and there is no place for cellphones!
    • He became captain of the cricket club and Maldon Golf Club and continued playing golf into his 70s.
    • Dean looks forward to the day when he can walk out on the course and play the game of golf.
    • One of the scariest problems in golf is when the ball crazily turns to either the right or left.
    • It was my first game of golf in twenty-seven months and my eldest grandson Alan aged ten was my partner.
    • The flagstick is an important part of the game of golf and is covered by Rule 17 in the Rules of Golf.
    • Again, the redesigned facility will produce an area that you will enjoy after a tiring game of golf.
    • Practice is a very important part of the game of golf - just as it's an important part of any game.
    • He was revealed to have gone off for a game of golf at a time when he should have been engaged in important government negotiations.