greenside


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green·side

 (grēn′sīd′)
adj.
Situated beside a putting green: a greenside sand trap.
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Adj.1.greenside - adjacent to a putting green; "greenside bunker"
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
References in classic literature ?
He proceeded slowly back along the terrace in a tender glow; and when he came to Greenside Church, he halted in a doubtful mind.
On a seat on the hill above Greenside he sat for perhaps half an hour, looking down upon the lamps of Edinburgh, and up at the lamps of heaven.
GREENSIDE CC's junior section is gearing up for another successful summer - after making a promising start to 2018.
People living in Greenside, in Gateshead, discovered bin bags filled with the head, feet and other cut-up parts of a deer lying by the roadside on Folly Lane, not far from the village play park.
The body of the man, named locally as taxi driver Michael Atherton, and those of the three women were found in "close proximity" downstairs in the semidetached house in Greenside Avenue, Horden, Peterlee, after police were alerted to shots being fired shortly before 11.
Greenside, a writer and teacher, tells the story of his experience in a small village Brittany, France, after his then girlfriend convinced him spend a summer there.
GEORGE Wimpey is down to the final few homes at its Boosbeck development, Greenside View.
That could have been the emotional crusher, since DiMarco faced a birdie putt and Woods a difficult chip from the edge of greenside rough while clinging to a one-shot lead on the par-3 16th hole.
I grew up just yards from the McGoverns, the min Greenside and us in Westbourne Street, theEverton district of Liverpool was a wonderful area to grow up in then.
MAKING A SPLASH: Britain's Lee Westwood explodes out of a greenside bunker at the second hole during the first round of the US Masters at Augusta yesterday.
Greenside mine, located in Patterdale above the village of Glenridding beside Ullswater lake, was, in its day, the largest lead mine in England's Lake District.
Through the Unisys scoring system, detailed information on the progress of the championship competition is recorded at greenside, tabulated through a centralized network of workstations supported by Windows 2000, relayed to a central server, displayed around the course leader boards and made available to broadcasters and the official USGA Web site, all within seconds.