mashie

noun mash·ie \ ˈmashē , -aash- , -aish- , -shi \

Definition of mashie

plural -s
: an iron golf club with a rather wide blade well laid back used for medium distances and for lofting a ball (as from a close lie or from the rough) called also number five iron

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Origin and Etymology of mashie

perhaps from French massue club, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin mattiuca, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin mattia mace


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