teeoff


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tee·off

 (tē′ôf′, -ŏf′)
n.
The act or an instance of teeing off in golf.
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Noun1.teeoff - the act of hitting a golf ball from the teeing ground at the start of each hole
golf shot, golf stroke, swing - the act of swinging a golf club at a golf ball and (usually) hitting it
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The fee for a team will be PS240 with teeoff times to be allocated nearer the date.
Explorers on the Coral Cove course teeoff at the port side on an abandoned shipwreck with an old rusty boat, crates and barrels and a striking shark's head.
Renolds had the benefit of an early teeoff and didn't feel the winds until later in his round, maximizing the opportunity to take the lead with a flawless 66 in the rain-shortened, $300,000 event.
CLOSE House in Newcastle is getting ready to teeoff for the third-tier round of a prestigious golf tournament.
The first round of 18hole out of 54hole trials will teeoff at the lush green Arabian Sea Country Club (ASCC) on Tuesday.
with the countdown to the big teeoff next Friday bringing excitement levels to fever pitch, Gallacher admits he has the "manic" atmosphere back in Scotland put firmly in perspective by his family's loss.
Those figures could soar higher than a Tiger Woods teeoff when the Ryder Cup comes to Gleneagles in September.
25am teeoff on the first hole will be Australia's ultra consistent Marcus Fraser, the 2010 Ballantine's Championship champion.
Able to "fly under the radar" because of the attention on the sport's three leading lights, McIlroy took advantage of his early teeoff time with five successive birdies around the turn.
Blustery winds and cooler temperatures greeted the players for the British Open final round as overnight pacesetter Tom Watson prepared for a late teeoff and a bid for golfing immortality.
SAM TORRANCE made his teeoff time with 10 seconds to spare by ``doing a Colin Jackson'' and leaping over a fence at the Celtic Manor Wales Open.