four greens

four greens

An indication in the cockpit that the landing gear is down and locked and the flaps are extended. The pilot calls out “four greens,” confirming to the ground controllers that the gear is down and locked and the flaps are fully extended.
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The tulip was beautiful, splendid, magnificent; its stem was more than eighteen inches high; it rose from out of four green leaves, which were as smooth and straight as iron lance-heads; the whole of the flower was as black and shining as jet.
There are four green stones, and one with a hole in it; there is one yellow stone that I can see through, and one like a pipe-stem.
East Parade Bowls Club comprises four greens and the fourth green will be home to the new facility.
I only missed three or four greens - pretty good in these conditions.
This amazing property on the outskirts of Belfast has a professionally laid golf practice area and driving range extending to eight acres - and of course the four greens are to US PGAA standard as they were designed by our very own World No3 player.
The 14-time major winner missed just four greens all day.
The practice range is set on an undulating 33,000sqm piece of land with its four greens providing players with the sensation of playing for real, complemented by a pitching and a putting green.
Qualifying is on four greens with play starting at 10.
THE preliminary rounds of the North Midlands County Floodlight Pairs takes place tonight at four greens with a 6.
Four greens were vandalised overnight at the Hilversum track, resulting in a 45-minute delay while angry greenkeepers tried to get them back close to European Tour standard.
I only hit four greens in regulation in the afternoon and that was costly.
Four greens on the course used for last year's Ryder Cup are still recovering after having a mystery chemical poured over them.