American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A large tract of land laid out for golf. Also called golf links.
- n. golf The land where one plays golf, with a green and a flag
- n. course consisting of a large landscaped area for playing golf
“We dove in and baked, dove in and baked in the afternoon sun, and when wed had enough of it, we changed clothes and drove back into Menaggio to have a go at the miniature golf course there.”
“The road he had pointed to did, in fact, lead into the center of Montorfano, a tiny, busy little place, where I stopped to ask the first people I sawtwo older womenif they knew how I might get to the famous golf course called Villa dEste.”
“I dont know where the golf course is, exactly, he admitted, but if you go back and take that left, youll get into the center of Montorfano, and I know youll be close.”
“Just south of the small city of Orvieto, and just north of a golf course called Le Querce which has been the site of several European-tour events, houses the headquarters of the Italian Golf Association, and has the fastest greens Ive ever played on, Locanda Rosati is a kind of precinct of paradise to which we hope to return in this life as many times as possible.”
“A broken upper back, a disc taken out at L4-5, a history of muscle spasms that kept me off the golf course for weeks at a time in prime season, even the man a few years younger than I who was showing off his thighs and making a fool of himselfthese seemed like good enough reasons to avoid pretending to be someone I was not.”
“I decided not to voice Rudy from Phillys ! question about mismanagement, told him how much I liked the course, how kind everyone had been, and with some pride he said, Driving up here, youd never expect to see a golf course in this place, would you?”
“EAGLE-VAIL - The golf course here is 35 years old and some people think it's showing its age.”
“My friend doesnt like anyone to stand behind him when he swings because he is afraid he will accidentally hit them, and he is such a tenderhearted fellow that the thought of accidentally hurting someoneeven an inattentive someoneon the golf course is more than he can bear.”
“He took us to a restaurant he liked up on the hill near the golf course and paid for our lunch; he introduced us to another eating place along the shore in Cadenabbia and took out his wallet again.”
“Half the sand traps lack drains, so they fill up with water when it rains, golf course superintendent Steven Barber said.”
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