tee off

VERB
  1. strike a ball from the teeing ground at the start of a hole
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How To Use tee off In A Sentence

  • The first pair are due to tee off at 10 o'clock.
  • Some Danish tourists have been watching the game before their round, but have given up and left to tee off.
  • Golfers tee off at Beppu Golf Club.
  • I hope by the time we tee off, it will all have died down a bit. The Sun
  • I hope by the time we tee off, it will all have died down a bit. The Sun
  • Morris stayed busy enough in the daytime, shuttling between committee offices, the countinghouse, and the waterfront, where he harangued teams of seamen and stevedores—“I have scolded the officers like a gutter-whore,” he said of one laggard crew. Robert Morris
  • The night before the trials, he shaved a gnarly goatee off his chin.
  • The threesome is the second-to-last to tee off on the first hole at Augusta National, where Woods will make his much-anticipated return to golf after nearly five months away from the game. ESPN.com
  • On the course it was just a pleasure to tee off after a wasted journey on a road I do not like driving on.
  • He will tee off Thursday as the outright favorite for the title with oddsmakers. McIlroy's In Woods Territory
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