A golf ball sitting on a divot.
divot definition by Webster's New World
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- Scot. a thin slice of turf used as for roofing
- Golf a lump of turf dislodged by a player's club in making a stroke
Origin: Scottish dialect, dialectal ; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps
divot definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A piece of turf torn up by a golf club in striking a ball, or by a horse's hoof.
- Scots A thin square of turf or sod used for roofing.
Origin: Scots, a turf.