nineteenth hole


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nineteenth hole

Golf slang the bar in a golf clubhouse
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The game was best summed up for me by a bar stool philosopher on the nineteenth hole: "Professionals play golf, amateurs play whack f*** it."
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.
ABOVE PAR: Hillbark hotel' FORE POSTER: Luxurious bedroom' IN THE WATER: A bathroom' NINETEENTH HOLE: The hotel's splendid lounge' IT'S A BIRDIE: Hotel has helipad
All in all the game impresses and if it wasn't for the lure of the nineteenth hole I'd still be playing it now!
For a start, a handicapped Club Membership Card from an overseas Golf Club will usually confer complimentary privileges, and while a few Clubs seem to be the last bastion of die-hard 'Rhodie' attitudes, especially around the 'nineteenth hole', the dozen or so golf courses that African Business has covered were more than welcoming.
Rather than foregrounding the fancy bits (the dining room, the nineteenth hole) and leaving the lockers and storage and parking areas on the periphery, architects Sheila O'Donnell and John Tuomey have articulated all segments of the programme.