nineteenth hole


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nineteenth hole

Golf slang the bar in a golf clubhouse
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A full-length nineteenth hole is being created (known as a bye hole) in order that matches that end allsquare on the 18th may be settled, although not everyone is enamoured with the idea of another large Scottish course.
A full-length nineteenth hole is being created (known as a bye hole) in order that matches that end all-square on the 18th may be settled, although not everyone is enamoured with the idea of another large Scottish course.
His skill left me eagerly anticipating the camaraderie of the nineteenth hole.
From the landing area; you'll play toward a rocky waterfall just past the green and near the steps leading to the refreshments in the Nineteenth Hole.
Worse than invoking the ire of the Byreman's Nineteenth Hole Heroes, my apparent lack of sympathy for the farmer's plight brought howls of protest from Howtel to Hexham.
However, the day was saved after the two brewers heard of their plight and each donated a tray of beer to keep the thirsty golf nuts happy at the nineteenth hole.