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41.
The Human equivalent of FETCH
Only where the “fetchie’” becomes the “fetcher”… and the dog (fetcher) is replaced by an elderly person…. 9/10 times male
Father: I'm just going for a round of golf.
Son: You mean Human Fetch?!?
by Peon June 14, 2004
 
1.
More than a game, it is a habitual endeavor that takes precedence over work and friends. A perpetual quest for improvement. A sport for athletes as they get older and realize their limitations. A pleasure beyond definition. Played by yourself, with a partner or in a group. Worse than drugs and better than a first time fuck.
Golf is the game of intergalactic champions. Surpassed by nothing. Takes priority over all, except being naked with the wife. She loves golf too.
by Dick Splash November 10, 2003
 
2.
A sport where you can be a professional athlete who can bench press 300lbs and do 100 sit-ups and still suck. A sport where power is not needed, but skill and practice. Manages to be the most infuriating game you'll ever play, and a joy to behold all in the course of one round.
You golf haters are all jealous because the 120lb nerd can beat you at a sport
by Archie2K April 17, 2004
 
3.
A sport,that despite the general stereotype that only the elderly play, is quite fun. It's more of a finesse sport as opposed to strength and speed.
Golf can be fun for anyone. Hell, I'm 17and I enjoy playing a round of 9 holes everyone once in a while.
by OutlawStar July 27, 2004
 
4.
Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden
by Anonymous May 06, 2003
 
5.
A sport that was apparently popular enough to have a category on urbandictionary.com.
Check that little slidebar when you define a word.
by nikkan_hanil June 30, 2004
 
6.
"Golf... is truly happiness"
A great quote by Moe Norman
by Mr. Johnny April 15, 2005
 
7.
a sport that will take over anyone's life. Girls will find themselves competing with a golf club for attention. Golf can make people in an extremely crabby mood if they get a bad score.
"My boyfriend got a 47 on 9 holes in golf, so he went home to sulk."
by Sea Blue March 12, 2009