Does "swinging the club" have another meaning outside the world of golf ?
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Yes it does, and context is everything.
The golfer was swinging the club to warm up his shoulder.
When it comes to swinging the club, no one rocks like Elvis.
The cave man confronted the tiger, swinging the club wildly.
The new manager was fired after swinging the club from fame to notoriety and disrepute.
The card player grinned, swinging the club under his opponents nose before claiming the trick.
It was like a baby's arm, and when he started swinging the club (as they called it) it intimidated everyone on the set.
He manhandled him onto the horse, jamming the boy's good foot into a stirrup and swinging the club foot over the saddle.