A "sport" often played by non athletic boys who play it to call themselves athletes, and crotchety old men who are trying to escape their dead end marriages. These men often play in foursomes while drinking beer and spend 30 minutes on each hole and keep everyone else from having fun as they chop the ball around and will not let anyone play through.
Bill played golf because he got tired of beating up his wife and wanted to go get wasted and piss people off at the local country club. even though he sucks at golf, he acts like he owns the place.
by IMMA MAN December 21, 2009
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Golf is synonymous with the word sleep. Playing golf is boring and thus induces someone to fall to sleep.
"Hey Monica what's Helen doing?"
"She's playing golf. She has school tomorrow"
by AzuAdamMikel January 19, 2009
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Boring game for the boring people.
You hit a small ball with a crooked stick and walk after it on a huge piece of land.
by Alex Panzer August 28, 2005
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Originating from St. Andrews Scotland and originally known as (G)entlemen (O)nly (L)adies (F)orbidden... hence the name GOLF
Golf is such a stupid gay sport for coffin dodgers who still have use of their legs
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A good walk wasted, a sad excuse for a sport
I wanted to go for a walk for exercise, but I decided to play golf instead.
by (I<3U) November 10, 2005
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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
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An moderately challenging "game" that only dillusional, out of shape enthusiasts refer to as a "sport", in order to fool themselves into believing that their participation somehow makes them "athletes", even though the pertruding beer gut and lack of any strenuous physical activity imply otherwise.
Golfers generally claim that because this "game" requires hand eye coordination and proper form to excel, that justifies "golf" being a sport (note: nothing really about athletic prowess and physical fitness and conditioning). Given that criteria, we should expect to see our first terminally ill, overweight, 90 year-old, carton-a-day smoking, television addicted grand sports champion on the cover of "Sports Illustrated" in the near future.
"You're an Olympic Triathlete in top physical condition with ten gold medals? Well, I'm a golfer. We should hang out and trade stories since we have so much in common. Let me drink the rest of my Budweiser and finish my potato chips and fried chicken first, though. Oh, you're going to the gym? What's a "gym"?"
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