Definition of Clock golf
1. Noun. A form of golf in which you putt from positions arranged on the circumference of a circle around the hole.
Definition of Clock golf
1. Noun. A form of golf in which the ball is putted from positions around the circumference of a circle centred on the hole, these corresponding to the positions of the numbers on a clock face. ¹
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Literary usage of Clock golf
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1. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1914)
"This would apply equally well to the construction of other recreation areas, including clock-golf- greens, bowling-greens and croquet-lawns. ..."
2. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1916)
"clock golf. Tennis, Motoring. HIGHLY RADIOACTIVE MINERAL SPRINGS THE BATHS THE RADIUM EMANATION FROM BRINE SPRING NO.l AVERAGES 68 MACHE UNITS PER are ..."
3. Landscape-gardening by Ossian Cole Simonds (1920)
"... should include not only a good course with extra holes for practice, clock golf, tennis, and perhaps opportunities for other outdoor sports, ..."
4. Mohican Point on Lake George: The Summer Home of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Bixby of by William Holland Samson, William Keeney Bixby (1913)
"... trap-shooting, camping trips to the small lakes that nestle among the mountains, tennis, clock golf, moonlight excursions on the water with music, ..."
5. Joseph in Jeopardy by Julia Frankau (1912)
"... not at St. Andrews or North Berwick, but at Sunningdale or Stoke Poges. The lawn behind the house was laid out for clock golf, and his handicap was 4. ..."
6. A Handbook of New England by Porter Sargent (1916)
"Out-of-door sports include dancing, bathing, clock golf, croquet. Golf links near. Handsome parade entire length of new seawall. Excellent Garage. ..."
7. The Journal of a Disappointed Man by W. N. P. Barbellion, Herbert George Wells (1919)
"Played clock golf and made the acquaintance of Miss , a tall, statuesque lady, with golden hair, as graceful as an antelope and very comely, ..."