Definition of sandbagger in US English:

sandbagger

noun

  • See sandbag

    • ‘It's a step that can be used to root out sandbaggers who inflate scores posted in casual play.’
    • ‘His index reads 15, but he says it's closer to 25-spoken like a true sandbagger.’
    • ‘Kevin, who just two days before was hoisted upon the shoulders of his adoring fellow-competitors, is now, in true Pattaya fashion, being vilified as a sandbagger.’
    • ‘Now he plays with ‘an eclectic group of thieves, sandbaggers and miscreants’ at public courses like Brookside and Griffith Park.’
    • ‘Of these two, the sandbagger is the more reprehensible, because that player is manipulating the system for personal gain.’