nineteenth hole


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nineteenth hole

n
(Golf) golf slang the bar in a golf clubhouse
[C20: from its being the next objective after a standard 18-hole round]

nine′teenth hole′


n.
Informal. a place where golfers gather after play to relax.
[1900–05]

nineteenth hole

Slang name for the bar in the clubhouse.
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It would tire you to remember that DO meant b, TU o, and RO y, and that to say he-boy you must prefix the ape masculine gender sound BU before the entire word and the feminine gender sound MU before each of the lower-case letters which go to make up boy--it would tire you and it would bring me to the nineteenth hole several strokes under par.
The upshot: a nineteenth hole playoff to decide the Championship, starring Ariette Paul and Fiona Elsdon.
By VINCENT WANG'OMBEAs the sun sets on the year 2017 and we spend time with family and friends on the proverbial nineteenth hole, we may do well to reflect on the footprints on the sands of time.
Her own poem,The Nineteenth Hole, is dedicated to the members of the golf club.
And mpl Old Swan CCC sent Huyton and Prescot back to their nineteenth hole with a solid 5-2 victory whilst Old Swan beat club rivals Old Swan A in a tense derby atmosphere by the same 5-2 scoreline.
Nineteenth Hole acquired the location for $390,000 in April 1996 from Bernard Kaiser III and Willis and Angela Smith.