dry course

dry course

[′drī ‚kȯrs]
(building construction)
An initial roofing course of felt or paper not bedded in tar or asphalt.

dry course

The first ply of built-up roofing laid directly over insulation or on a structural deck without the application of bitumen.
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BOTH the Professional Order of Merit and the Club Championship were wrapped up at Bradley Hall when the weather-postponed event was played in ideal scoring conditions with sunshine all day, a dry course and forward tees.
Then the following day Roach travelled to Ipswich to take part in the cyclo-cross event at Trinity Park where he won by over three minutes on a dry course that suited the Team Jewson rider who clocked an average speed of 22.3 km per hour off road with lots of technical corners and several sections on sand.
The 37-year-old won the TPC at Sawgrass last month on a fast, dry course and he is looking for more of the same so he can keep his wayward driver in the bag.
She was introduced to the sport by former world champion Nicola Minichiello and, after a taster session on a dry course in Bedale, decided to pursue a career on the ice.
Although temperatures were in the mid-60s, and it was a dry course without a drop of rain, the relentless wind made for difficult conditions.
Weather often plays a part, and the sprawling nature of the track means rain can fall on one part of the circuit while others remain dry Course winners taking part F Massa, M Schumacher (6) Last year Kers proved the key as Kimi Raikkonen took Ferrari's only win of the year, narrowly denying Giancarlo Fisichella a remarkable victory for Force India 2009 pole G Fisichella 1.46.308 2009 fastest lap S Vettel, 1.47.263, lap 38 2009 classified finishers 14/20 Reason for retirements Collision (4), brakes (1), wheel (1) Weather A dry morning is expected, but showers could move in around lunchtime.
A lot of people were praying for good weather and thank God we were blessed with a dry course all day.
Walmley, like so many courses, have had a bad time of it this winter, they're not on proper greens and the logistics of a switch, even if they could find a dry course, do not commend themselves.
The event had been in doubt due to the amount of water on the course, but sterling effort by West End greenkeepers produced a basically dry course. There was water in the rough and some greens had to be heavily sanded, resulting in inconsistent speed, but overall the course played well.
McNeill rarely has the chance to practice on a real track and does a lot of her training on a dry course in Bath.
Travelling down to Southampton for the event, the veteran rider was expecting tricky riding conditions after so much rain in the build-up to the weekend but was pleasantly surprised by a fast and dry course which played to the experienced rider's strengths.
Remarkably they have been able to steer a relatively dry course through the rainy season, having only drawn three of their 11 games to date, with the other eight resulting in victories.