nine-hole

nine-hole

adj
(Golf) (of a golf course) having nine holes; relating to a course having nine holes
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"A potty little nine-hole affair at a hydro in the Midlands.
"It was obvious to anyone playing the courses that there were not enough staff employed to maintain two 18-hole courses and a nine-hole course.
There was also action on the course, with a nine-hole event seeing golfers testing their short game.
The two bogey blips were the only hiccups on a magnificent card, and if he continues in this vain, he can comfortably qualify for the nine-hole medal/matchplay stage.
The recently-built nine-hole golf course at Essington is set to go under the hammer in Bond Wolfe Auctions' sale at Villa Park next month.
A recently-built nine-hole golf course in Essington is set to go under the hammer and could fetch up to PS500,000.
A country estate vast enough to fit a private nine-hole golf course with fairways you can land planes on is up for sale.
Summary: American keen to see more nine-hole contests
Nine-hole stableford: 1 S Bedford 13 pts; 2 I Whitworth 12 pts.
James was the match's Low Medalist with his score of 37 strokes for the nine-hole event.
The Council would also want to invest another PS100,000 creating an improved nine-hole facility.
The President's Day event was held for the men, with a nine-hole competition for the women.