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golf course

the ground or course over which golf is played. A standard full-scale golf course has 125 to 175 acres (51 to 71 hectares), usually with 18 holes varying from 100 to 650 yards (91 to 594 meters) in length from tee to cup.
Also called golf links.
Origin of golf course
1595-1605 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The project is situated on a plot of land, adjacent to the campus, that was once a golf course.
  • The hot spots ranged in size from that of a football field to an area the size of an entire golf course.
  • Frozen dog dirt stipples the tundra of the golf course.
  • There is a lot of science and experience involved in being a good sports turf manager or golf course superintendent today.
  • Of course, even if seniors are able to sock enough away, retiring to a beach or a golf course isn't for everyone.
  • The crows at my golf course know me, and wait for my handout of peanuts.
  • If your vacation plans for next year include a crowded beach and a mobbed golf course, you may want to reconsider.
  • If you've ever tried to walk on a golf course or a field where there are goose droppings, it's.
  • On the site, he applied to build a golf course and shops-some of them over the bog.
  • One idea was a golf course, but the valley is too mountainous.
British Dictionary definitions for golf course

golf course

a general term for an area of ground, either inland or beside the sea, laid out for the playing of golf
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