tr.v. botched, botch·ing, botch·es
1. To ruin through clumsiness.
2. To make or perform clumsily; bungle.
3. To play like Marcus in Tiger Woods Golf
1. A ruined or defective piece of work: Marcus' putts
2. A hodgepodge.
Marcus: "wow Jake, I really botched that drive, now you'll have beaten me numerous times. But thanks for giving me the opportunity to play with a boss like yourself.
Jake: "No problem dick. Stay soft."