Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
BOUFF, Bowff, v.1 and n.1 [bʌuf]
2. n. “A stroke in golf” (Ags.1 1935).
Gsw. 1922 Glasgow Herald (13 Feb.) 8:
The caddie looked and remarking that “he didna ken anything about bisques,” said he would “tak twa bowffs.”
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