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the area between the tee and putting green where the grass is cut short

the usual course taken by vessels through a harbor or coastal waters

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a tract of ground free of obstacles to movement

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Effective immediately, KSL Fairways Golf has been renamed Fairways Golf Corp.
Welcome to arguably the most-distinct golf site in the nation, a natural oasis where 60-year-old tamarisk cedars and date palms tower above fairways nurtured by natural springs that send nearly a million gallons of water through the course daily.
Arnold Rosenstein, chairman of Meadowbrook, said that the acquisition of KSL Fairways is expected to close by the end of September.
I think I started to feel good after I made the par on (number) four and hit the fairway on five,'' he said.
In light of the company's tremendous growth since the Orlimar TriMetal fairway woods burst on the scene 18 months ago, Jesse Ortiz, president and CEO of Orlimar Golf, and co-chairmen Ed Dolinar and Rich Oldenburg, recognized the need to address the increased attention Orlimar Golf has received as a result of the phenomenal success of the TriMetal fairway woods.
Woods hasn't won a major since the 1997 Masters, in which he was fearless with the driver on an Augusta National course that features generous, rough-free fairways.
NYSE:MAA) today announced that it has a contract to acquire the 214-unit Fairway at Royal Oak apartments in Cincinnati, Ohio.
By yearend, the total room inventory of Fairways & Bluewater will reach 600 with the additional 200 rooms which will be contained in the resort's new building cluster.
We'd seen the adverts for The Fairways locally and I work for a company who work with George Wimpey, so I'd heard about the development as well as seeing it advertised.
And at Royal Liverpool, the key is keeping the ball in fairways that were rock hard.
The first and second fairways run in opposite directions next to each other, and for weaker duffers, share a set of bunkers in the middle.
A computer analysis of 9,000 rounds of college golf during the 1992-93 and 1993-94 Division I seasons revealed that the irons and the short game are far more important than hitting fairways (driving accuracy).
OTCBB:ASDS) ("Ascendant") announced today that it received a distribution of approximately $680,000 on December 30, 2005 from Fairways 03 New Jersey, LP ("Fairways NJ").
Han solved the difficulty mostly by avoiding it during a tournament in which she said she focused on hitting fairways and greens.
Tree-lined fairways meander through a network of rolling fairways, making The Forest a natural golfing paradise.