putt

noun \ ˈpət \
Updated on: 6 Dec 2017

Definition of putt

: a golf stroke made on a putting green to cause the ball to roll into or near the hole

putt

verb

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Origin and Etymology of putt

Scots, literally, shove, gentle push, from putt, put to put


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