English version

tee in Golf topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishteetee1 /tiː/ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 DSGa small object that you use in a game of golf to hold the ball above the ground before you hit it2 DSGthe place where you first hit the ball towards each hole in a game of golf3 another word for T-shirt
Examples from the Corpus
teeβ€’ Bryan Thomson's match was already at the first tee when Patrick strolled up with the bag of clubs over his shoulder.β€’ Stadler grabbed it, took a few practice putts and headed for the first tee.β€’ As he stood on the first tee at New Orleans last week, he noticed a boy in a wheelchair.β€’ He hit his drive a good 340 yards to find the fairway, invisible from the tee.β€’ A fair amount of rough means accuracy off the tee is as important as the ability to keep it low.β€’ By the third tee I was really worried.