teeing ground


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Noun1.Teeing ground - the starting place for each hole on a golf courseteeing ground - the starting place for each hole on a golf course; "they were waiting on the first tee"
golf course, links course - course consisting of a large landscaped area for playing golf
land site, site - the piece of land on which something is located (or is to be located); "a good site for the school"
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They moved off presently to the next teeing ground.
It comprises a range of short game formats, a learning and practice facility housed in the Centre of Excellence housed along with a TrackMan range, an 18-hole championship golf course, a 6-hole championship course with 7 teeing ground options per hole for quick and multi-generational golf and a flood lit 9-hole par-3 course all designed by two-time major winner Jose Maria Olazabal.
It comprises a range of short game formats, a learning and practice facility housed, a TrackMan range, an 18-hole championship golf course, a 6-hole championship course with 7 teeing ground options per hole for quick and multi-generational golf and a flood lit 9-hole par-3 course all designed by two-time major winner Jose Maria Olazabal.
"As the player did not fulfil the provisions of 11.2c before playing from the next teeing ground, he is disqualified under Rule 3.3c (failure to hole out)."
A golf course consists of either nine or 18 holes, each with a teeing ground that is set off by two markers showing the bounds of the legal tee area.
By VINCENT WANG'OMBEIn the old days, long before golf was ever played in our beautiful country Kenya, the practice of using the green as the teeing ground to the next hole was very common.I can only imagine how the greens were peppered with divots.
A player plays from the teeing ground, searches for his ball briefly and then goes back and tees another ball.
Golf is one of those unique sports where players of all abilities can play a fair game due to the handicap system and different colour tee markers that indicate your starting point on a hole.Here are a few guidelines to ensure that you tee off according to the rules: * Players must play their first shot from the teeing ground, referred to as the tee box.* The ball can be played from anywhere between the two tee markers and not in front of the line between the two markers, up to a maximum of two club lengths back.* A player may stand outside of the imaginary box, providing the ball is inside the area.* If you accidentally knock the ball off the tee whilst addressing the ball you may re-tee without penalty.
The 14th hole is unique, perhaps more than anywhere in the world as it's a par three where the green is surrounded on all sides by different teeing grounds--in other words, it's the largest teeing ground in the world and gives the player options of playing the hole from many different directions, depending on how the course is set up on a particular day--amazing and unique!