Sclaff (?), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Sclaffed (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Sclaffing.] [Orig. uncert.]

1.

To scuff or shuffle along. [Scot.]

2. (Golf)

To scrape the ground with the sole of the club, before striking the ball, in making a stroke.

 

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Sclaff, v. t. (Golf)

To scrape (the club) on the ground, in a stroke, before hitting the ball; also, to make (a stroke) in that way.

 

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Sclaff, n. [Scot.]

1.

A slight blow; a slap; a soft fall; also, the accompanying noise.

2. (Golf)

The stroke made by one who sclaffs.

3.

A thin, solid substance, esp. a thin shoe or slipper.

 

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