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skull
 v.— «There had been indications earlier in the day that something had gone wrong with Mengert’s wood game. He skulled a drive on the 24th hole and topped a two-wood shot on the 25th although he halved both holes by terrific recovery approach shots.» —“Champ at 47 After Finals of ‘31 Event” by Hal Wood Nevada State Journal (Reno) Aug. 24, 1952. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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