Starting hole

a loophole; evasion.

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Sibug opened with a par on his starting hole, the par-4 second, and finished the front nine with another par for a 41.
The 27- year- old, who has just recovered from chicken pox, which he caught at the British Open, had a good start as he gave himself birdie chances both at the 10th, his starting hole, and the 13th, the signature hole, which has an island green.
This feels great,'' said Black, who opened with a bogey on his starting hole, the fourth, after driving his tee shot into the woods.
Great long starting hole over water into small raised green.
If using taper pins, the starting hole should be just large enough to allow the taper pin reamer to start in the hole.
The quirky first hole was a double dogleg par 5, with a rock outcropping and Ponderosa pines in the middle of the fairway - a challenging starting hole, to say the least.
The starting hole was slightly enlarged and in the shape of a square.
Lots of courses let you ease into your round gradually, giving you a simple starting hole (usually a par five) to help you work out your kinks.
Of course I was intimidated at the tee box since everyone I know considers it the toughest starting hole in L.
New features of the Robofil 2030 SI EDM wire cutting machines include a new wire threading system and automatic searching for the position of an offset starting hole.
If this year's Open Championship had been held anywhere else bar Lytham and the starting hole had not been a par-three, Ian Woosnam might have reached into his bag for his driver and found that he'd got two .
The Indian knocked in five birdies on the final day but two bogeys -- one on the starting hole and the other on the 18th -- ended his title hopes.