back nine

back nine

n.
The second half of an 18-hole golf course.
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In the second day round Mohammad Shabbir carded three under 33 at front nine and two under 34 at back nine with an Eagle at Par-3 hole no.
carded four under 68 with two under 34 each at front and back nine.
He however found the rhythm at the back nine, where he birdied the 10th, 13th, 15th and 18th for a low four under 31, to save a first round level par.
With the skies partly cloudy with clear visibility, Shabbir made a quick start, sinking four birdies on the front nine and followed it up with another two on the back nine.
Having shot par in his opening round, Hanson made his move on the back nine after a less than promising start to his second round.
A DITI Ashok came up with yet another courageous display on the back nine that handed her a two- shot lead and in sight of a historic title at the Hero Women's Indian Open here.
Bayron, who is in contention for the OOM after back-to-back victories in the Aboitiz Invitational and Riviera stops, started at the back nine and was nursing a three-under card before signing for a double bogey 6 on the difficult 18th hole.
It was fun to see them come back, especially Cathleen Santoso going 3-under on the back nine," coach Ria Scott said.
After reaching the turn in 33, the Englishman birdied the 10th and 14th and eagled the 12th and 15th to cover the back nine in 29.
Hanlon and Irfan returned the better back nine score of 36 to the Koreans' 39.
In the back nine, he managed two more birdies on the 12th and the 18th but it was split by bogeys on the 14th and 17th.
Juvic Pagunsan avoided disaster on the back nine where he birdied three holes for one-under-par 70 to keep his hopes alive in the Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup at the Otone Country Club West Course yesterday in Japan.