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First published 1976 (SND Vol. X).

BREAKCLUB, n. Any obstruction on a golf-course likely to break a player's club when driving.Sc. 1744 B. Darwin Hist. Golf. (1952) 26:
You are not to remove stones, bones, or any breakclub for the sake of playing your ball except upon the fair green.

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