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putter in Golf topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishputterput‧ter1 /ˈpʌtə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  putter.jpg DSGa type of golf club (=stick), used to hit the ball a short distance towards or into the hole
Examples from the Corpus
putterA £19.95 investment in a Blackjack putter is the catalyst which has brought about a change in fortune for Davies.My Ray Cook putter has me hitting 2-footers like Ray Charles.Craig Stadler lost his putter on Thursday.Manuel had selected a wedge; his caddie was waiting beside the green with his putter.I reminded him about the putter and took possession of it in the car park.You have the divot in your left hand and the putter in your right.He grabbed the putter from me and funneled all his temporary hatred for the game into effort and sank that twenty-footer.Avoid grounding your putter head at address should there be any chance of the ball moving.