dormy


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dor·my

 (dôr′mē)
adj.
Variant of dormie.
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Adj.1.dormy - in match play a side that stands as many holes ahead as there are holes remaining to be played; "he was dormie three and still lost the match"
golf, golf game - a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
up - being or moving higher in position or greater in some value; being above a former position or level; "the anchor is up"; "the sun is up"; "he lay face up"; "he is up by a pawn"; "the market is up"; "the corn is up"
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I've never been to Brancaster in my life but I've promised one or two fellows to go down to the Dormy House there, to-morrow or the next day, and have a week's golf.
Gerald is spending a couple of days at the Dormy House at Brancaster - a golf arrangement made some time back.
DORMY HOUSE HOTEL, WORCESTERSHIRE WIND your way down picturesque country lanes, past Cotswold-stone cottages and eventually you'll reach the warm welcome of Dormy House Hotel, a cosy converted farmhouse that's as traditionally English as you can get.
The care home, to be built on a plot of previously undeveloped land on the western edge of the site overlooked by the Blorenge, is set to be operated by Dormy Care Communities.
Chef Bowen's passion for fine dining, seasons and good quality food saw his career guided to Michelin-starred and AA Rosette-winning restaurants and hotels such as De-Vere Dormy Hotel and his very own restaurant 'Brookleys; in the UK's New Forest.
She left school aged 14 to work as a weaver at the Wormald & Walker blanket mills in Dewsbury, makers of the world-famous Dormy luxury blankets that were sent to soldiers serving on the front line in World War II.
Even more so when the American plopped a bunker shot to a couple of inches at the 16th to go dormy two.
Unwind after all that action at sister hotel Dormy House's spa next door.
Aberdovey Golf Club: About an hour by train or car from Harlech, Aberdovey also has lodging on site, called Dormy, as does Royal St.
Rockliffe Hall's spa has become one of the most successful in the UK and is the only one in the North to receive a Good Spa Guide award for Sheer Luxury two years running, competing against high profile spas including Dormy House, Chewton Glen and Pennyhill Park.
Head chef Ryan Swift, who previously made a name for himself at Hampton Manor, has decided to leave for Dormy House in the Cotwolds after helping brothers Stuart and Darren Insall to recruit a replacement.
Dining options for guests range from the informal bar menu at the Dormy Clubhouse to the two Michelin star 'Andrew Fairlie @ Gleneagles', or the resplendent Strathearn in the main dining room.