, -·zled, -·zling
to make or do (something) awkwardly; esp., to bungle (a stroke in golf)
Origin of foozle; from German fuseln, to bungle
an act of foozling; esp., a bad stroke in golf
transitive verbfoo·zled, foo·zling, foo·zles
To do or deal with poorly or clumsily.
The act of bungling, especially a poor stroke in golf.
Origin of foozlePerhaps from German dialectal fuseln, to work poorly or slowly.
(third-person singular simple present foozles, present participle foozling, simple past and past participle foozled)