Golf

Golf, a game played with a bent club and a small ball on commons with short grass, in which the player who drives the ball into a succession of small holes in the ground, usually 18, with the fewest strokes, or who reckons up the most holes in the round by taking them with the fewest strokes, is the winner; an old popular Scotch game, and first introduced into English on Blackheath by James I., which has of late years been revived, and in connection with which clubs have established themselves far and wide over the globe, even at Bagdad.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Goldsmith, Oliver * Goliath
Golden Ass
Golden Bull
Golden Fleece
Golden Fleece, Order of the
Golden Horn
Golden Legend
Golden Rose
Goldoni, Carlo
Goldschmidt, Madame
Goldsmith, Oliver
Golf
Goliath
Gomarists
Goncourt, Edmond and Jules de
Gondar
Goneral
Gonsalez
Gonzaga
Gonzalvo di Cordova
Good Friday
Good Regent