All Noun Verb
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  • Did not the lady herself once putt his very point home upon me? Cited from Clarissa Harlowe, Volume 9 (of 9), by Samuel Richardson
  • He left his first putt short, then completely missed the ball on his second attempt.
  • He put his third shot close at the last but missed the short putt and took five.
  • It is a popular course which has recently built a pitch and putt course on site.
  • He managed to hit his approach to and two-putt for par without incident.
  • I surveyed the putt and didn't like what I saw one bit.
  • You just putt yourself under my orders if you'd sail comfortably before the wind. Cited from Blue Lights, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • She turned to look back at her father once more, and saw him make the putt that won the game at the last hole. Cited from The Golf Course Mystery, by Chester K. Steele
  • We made an end of some fish that we putt by for neede. Cited from Voyages of Peter Esprit Radisson,by Peter Radisson
  • In addition to the full length course, there is a nine-hole pitch and putt.
  • This also marked the beginning of his long association with bassist Bill Putt.
  • His final putt assured that he would be in the final group for the sixth time in the last eight major championships.
  • Bradley only needed to two-putt for the championship, which he did.
  • From there he put his second attempt "stone dead" and holed the short putt.
  • In each games he competed in one or more of the shot putt and discus events.
  • In the second round, he tied for the lead after making a huge putt on the 18th green.
  • His approach putt was too strong, overrunning the cup by twelve feet. Cited from John Henry Smith, by Frederick Upham Adams
  • Stewart credited his winning putt to being more at peace with himself after his strengthened religious belief.
  • There he won a gold medal in the men's F40 shot putt event.
  • Her first games were in 1996 where she won a silver medal in her only event, the shot putt.
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Meaning of putt

  • noun Hitting a golf ball that is on the green using a putter; he didn't sink a single putt over three feet"
    his putting let him down today
  • verb Strike (a golf ball) lightly, with a putter
    he putted the ball several feet past the hole
  • verb Hit a putt
    he lost because he putted so poorly