Sure. :) It's golfklubba if you want to be specific, or just klubba abbreviated - like in English.
Can klubba also refer to, say, a stick on the ground, or one you find by a tree?
The word klubba normally means club, as in a thick piece of wood that you hit something with. But within e.g. ice hockey, hockeyklubba means ’hockey stick’.
A stick on the ground is normally en pinne. The word klubba also means ’lollipop’.
Oh, sorry! I'm trying to memorize these plural en ett rules. I have a Swedish phrasebook with a section on grammar that explains it really well and short with en or ett rules, but I am racking my brain trying to remember them, and klubbar looked right to me. Thank you for correcting me!
You might very well have seen the word 'klubbar'. It's plural of 'klubb' as in fotbollsklubb (football club).
Although, don't ett words have a rule where with adding the suffixes -en and -et to add -the or make it plural? And then for en words, I remember three rules, based off how they end.
The -en and -et is used when saying something that in english would be the. The house- huset, the shop-affären etc.