teed off


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teed off

Inf. angry. I'm not teed off! I'm enraged. I was so teed off I could have spit!
See also: off, tee

teed off

mod. angry. I was so teed off I could have spit!
See also: off, tee
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On the third tee, we mistakenly teed off in the opposite direction of where we should have.
He ran on to the practice green eating a breakfast cereal bar - then teed off against American Keegan Bradley without a warm-up.
Ramsay had a further 33 minutes to wait after Rock had teed off before confirmation at 2.
The top golf coach and captain of the 1979 European Ryder Cup team teed off from 66ft up, using his favourite 35-yearold wedge.
Overnight leader Phillip Archer has a good chance to continue his impressive form from yesterday and teed off in the afternoon session, making par on his first hole.
I teed off with my hybrid twice, thinking I lost the first ball in the water, but both shots made it over the water and in the fairway.
Golfers teed off to raise thousands of pounds for two Huddersfield men.
They teed off and the foursome was only 80 to 100 yards ahead.
Choi still shared the lead on level par with American Heath Slocum, who had been first reserve and no doubt thought his chance of playing had gone when Harrington teed off.