golf clap

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Etymology[edit]

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Noun[edit]

golf clap (plural golf claps)

  1. A sarcastic or humorous form of applause performed by lightly and rapidly clapping the fingers of one hand against the palm of the other, used to show indifference or disdain, or to show polite or quiet appreciation.