pitch-and-putt

[pich-uhn-puht]
adjective
of or pertaining to a small-scale golf course, 5 to 20 acres, and usually having 9 holes of 50 yards in length from tee to cup.
Compare par-three.
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Main Entry:  pitch-and-putt
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a nine-hole golf course with holes about one-third regulation size and that requires players to use only an iron and putter; also, the game played on such a course
Example:  Pitch-and-putt is used primarily for approaching and putting.
Usage:  pitch-and-putt adj
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Land lovers can enjoy tennis courts, basketball courts, a pitch-and-putt golf course and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
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