golf cart


Definition of golf cart

1 : a small cart for wheeling a golf bag around a golf course
2 : a motorized cart for carrying golfers and their equipment over a golf course

called also golf car

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Later on in the day, the couple changed into something more comfortable for a cruise through the land on a golf cart to chase golden hour. Lucy Wood, Marie Claire, "Priyanka Chopra and Fiancé Nick Jonas Wore Matching Camo for a Ranch Date in Dallas, Texas," 19 Sep. 2018 The student, 15-year-old Chris McKenna, rushed away and found assistant football coach Aaron Feis, who whisked the teen away on his golf cart and returned to Building 12 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High to confront Cruz. David Ovalle, miamiherald, "'Something bad is about to happen.' Parkland shooter warned student just before carnage," 22 June 2018 Truss also said the balloon landed on the fourth hole of Stanley Golf Course, nearly on a golf cart, and was retrieved easily. Michael Walsh, Courant Community, "Technology Class Successfully Launches Weather Balloon," 18 June 2018 There’s a wellness pavilion (for massages or a shvitz in a cedar sauna), a swimming pool and, farther afield, a private beach, accessible by one of the hotel’s complimentary bikes or the golf cart shuttle service. Anja Mutić, WSJ, "A Guide to Croatia’s Island Hideouts," 19 July 2018 Brayer got off the golf cart and approached the car. Uriel J. Garcia, azcentral, "A Scottsdale shooting, a dashboard video and a firestorm over prosecutor's plan to control police records," 27 May 2018 Police say Brayer was riding on the back of a golf cart with several other people in Scottsdale when a man driving in a red Scion coupe began driving closely and bumping the rear end of the cart, CBS affiliate KPHO reports. CBS News, "Off-duty fire captain shot dead after golf cart altercation," 5 Feb. 2018 Self-driving golf carts roll around the Dallas Convention Center. Joe Pappalardo, Popular Mechanics, "The Drones of Tomorrow Have a Data Problem," 11 May 2017 Rib and food vendors set up in their booths, volunteers zipped around in golf carts and beer tent operators talked strategy Tuesday morning in Knoch Park in preparation for Wednesday’s opening day of Naperville’s Ribfest. Erin Hegarty, Naperville Sun, "'Just the details' left in preparations for Naperville Ribfest's July 4 opening day," 3 July 2018

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First Known Use of golf cart

1899, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of golf cart was in 1899

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English Language Learners Definition of golf cart

: a small car that is used to carry golfers and their equipment around a golf course

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