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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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Thereafter it was a sudden death playoff to decide the winner and while the 19th hole was levelled, Rimsha turned the tables on her country mate by winning the 20th hole and moving into the semi-finals in which she lost to local champion Tania after an impressive display.
Dawson was also honoured for finishing closest to the pin at the 19th hole.
Malarayat last year, struggled past last year's winner Harmie Constantinto, snatching the win on the 19th hole.
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Registration includes entrance to the tournament, 19th hole celebration and an awards reception where the first and second place teams for gross and net scores will be recognized.
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RORY McILROY crashed out of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship at the 19th hole.
The 40-strong town business group, that bears the name of Mary Ann Evans' literary ego George Eliot, normally meets each Thursday at Nuneaton Golf Club's 19th hole.
with a continental breakfast during registration, 10:30 bramble-style start, a BBQ luncheon served on the golf course and a 19th hole reception.
A nip-and-tuck battle went all the way to the 19th hole before Williams, a plus three handicapper, prevailed.
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