sclaff


sclaff

intransitive verb \ˈsklaf\

Definition of SCLAFF

:  to scrape the ground instead of hitting the ball cleanly on a golf stroke
sclaff noun
sclaff·er noun

Origin of SCLAFF

Scots, from sclaff, noun, literally, blow with the palm; probably of imitative origin
First Known Use: 1893

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