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crazy golf

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Definition of crazy golf in English:

noun

British
Another term for minigolf.
Example sentences
  • I also managed to prove that crazy golf is not one of my lifeskills.
  • The greens are not as even as the carpet in Room 902 and I may as well be playing crazy golf the way the balls keep veering away from the hole.
  • There was a tea room in the house and every year, on first arriving on holiday, we would play crazy golf and drink tea on the grass in the gardens.

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