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five hole

n.
The space between a goalie's legs or leg pads, as in ice hockey.

[In reference to the four corners of the goal in ice hockey, considered as the other four holes.]
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Between each of these windows is a gargoyle presenting the fantastic jaws of an animal without a body, vomiting the rain- water upon large stones pierced with five holes.
When Stenson birdied the opening hole a runaway victory looked likely in Pulheim, but the world number seven stuttered around the turn with three bogeys in five holes from the sixth.
BRITISH MASTERS champion Matt Fitzpatrick birdied four of his last five holes to climb into the top 10 on his second Masters appearance.
He went into the second round on eight over par after shooting two triple bogeys and a bogey in his last five holes at the RACV Royal Pines Resort in Queensland.
Bayron birdied three of his last five holes to breeze past clubhouse leaders Rico Depilo and Fil-German Keanu Jahns, who turned in 66s, with a troika of veterans led by Jonel Ababa another shot off.
South African Darren Fichardt held on for victory, despite dropping three shots in his last five holes to finish the day with a one-under-par 71.
With five holes to go he had four birdies on his card and was bogey free, but then gave back to the course the two shots he needed to stay around for the weekend.
The 19-year-old held a one stroke lead over Truro's Sarah Jane Boyd going into the final round, and with five holes to play she was two in front.
Russell, who carded back-to-back rounds of 50 including three birdies in the last five holes, took to the top of the leaderboard with a record overall total of -8, three shots clear of overnight pace-setter Simon Lilly from Wellingborough.
First day leader Damien McGrane, for example, managed only five holes and parred them all to remain seven under.
International Resource News-January 11, 2012--Calico Resources Corp announces results of five holes at Grassy Mountain(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.