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Golf course   /gɑlf kɔrs/   Listen
Golf course

Course consisting of a large landscaped area for playing golf.  Synonym: links course.

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"Golf course" Quotes from Famous Books

... turrets and balconies. A few figures passed—nurses in white head dresses, and men in khaki. Bridget understood after talking to the little patronne, that the name of the place was Paris a la Mer, that there was a famous golf course near, and that large building, with a painted front to the right, was once the Casino, and now a ...
— Missing • Mrs. Humphry Ward

... more than ten could gracefully cross a ballroom floor alone. If his ghost is haunting the ballrooms of our time, it is certain the number is still further reduced. The athletic young woman of to-day strides across the ballroom floor as though she were on the golf course; the happy-go-lucky one ambles—shoulders stooped, arms swinging, hips and head in advance of chest; others trot, others shuffle, others make a rush for it. The young girl who could walk across a room with the consummate grace of Mrs. Oldname (who as a girl of eighteen was one of Mr. McAllister's ...
— Etiquette • Emily Post

... from his wife was handed to me this morning by a rather pitiful old German whom I see occasionally looking after the flowers around the club house at the Virginia Golf Course. I must say it appeals to me, and I am sending it to you to ask if there is any legitimate way in which the poor old fellow could be released from ...
— Woodrow Wilson as I Know Him • Joseph P. Tumulty

Words linked to "Golf course" :   putting green, hole, bunker, hazard, golf game, golf links, rough, links, fairway, trap, golf, golf hole, green, tee, sand trap, course, putting surface, teeing ground

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