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Synonyms for dormie

in match play a side that stands as many holes ahead as there are holes remaining to be played


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Dormie Club said it stretches across a 1,020-acre expanse of land with a design that includes reachable par fours, wind tunnels, bunkers positioned to stimulate creative strategy, and a 241-yard reverse Redan par three.
She sent her next narrowly past the hole and, with Munoz lying dormie one, Hedwall's half-point secured the trophy for Europe - though their celebrations on the green and fairway, with Munoz and Stanford still to play, were excessive.
George's, Tralee, Hickory Hills, Tobacco Road and Dormie golf clubs.
In the final twist of the day, Francesco Molinari sank a three-foot birdie putt at the last to steal a valuable half point for Europe with his brother Edoardo after they had been dormie one down to Stewart Cink and Matt Kuchar.
Dormie five down, Jim Furyk did extend the match with a birdie on the 14th, but the out-of-form Americans conceded defeat at the 15th and Europe were romping into a 3-0 lead.
The momentum was now with the Americans andDuval birdied the next two and Calcavecchia's sixfooter on the 16th put them dormie two ahead.
Duval birdied the next two and Calcavecchia's six-footer on the 16th put them dormie two ahead.
Aspen, Georgetown, NE 80-88, and Park had the least root production, while Birka, Dormie, Eclipse, and Touchdown produced the most roots in this range.
channel partners since the formal launch of the company in April 2004, including organizations such as Becker and Pugh Systems, Camber Corporation, Data America, Dormie Technology (SA), IS Inc.
Dormie Lodge, on South Lane, Seahouses, has fantastic views but also benefits from a secluded site.
The longest match of the round was at Meltham, where Michael Cooke eventually overcame Steve Whiteley at the fourth extra hole, after the former was laying dormie two, while in another all-Meltham clash, Jack Thewlis ended David Law's dream of a free holiday to Portugal for another year, winning 4&3.
The Italian pushed himself to the brink of glory when he went dormie six up in the afternoon.
However, Sullivan so nearly didn't make it through the previous round aftera real battle with Walker Cup star Nigel Edwards in his morning game Sullivan opened with six pars and a birdie and was four up but back came Edwards with birdies at the tenth and 11th before Sullivan went dormie three at the 15th, only to see his lead completely vanish.
Seniors skipper Ian Watkins looking at the possibility of 3-2 lead at the halfway stage in Staffordshire but the final pairing of Paul Randle and Ryan Burton summed up the efforts of the county so far this year when they saw a dormie four advantage disappear.