teeing ground

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the starting place for each hole on a golf course

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In stroke play, A player played from outside the teeing ground and his ball came to rest out of bounds.
Finally, on the rules question above, there is no penalty for the player pressing down the heavy grass on the teeing ground.
Golfers approaching the teeing ground on the par-3 seventh at Wildcat Creek will see a feature not seen elsewhere in this area called "Tee One Up.
Note that a player may stand outside the teeing ground to play the shot, but the ball must be within the markers.
The answer to last week's quiz - "At the edge of the teeing ground, in the rough.
A drove out of bounds from the wrong teeing ground.
Many a wheelchair will be found parked alongside a teeing ground or a green.
Deliberately misaligned teeing grounds subtly point towards trouble, forcing the golfer to seek the proper lines through his own initiative.
The course is generous off the tee with wide lush fairways and with a choice of five teeing grounds per hole the course sets up for all standard of golfer.
The mixed tee format, in which teeing grounds were rotated between the blue, white and red tees, made most holes either longer or shorter than the ladies are used to.
We will be using a mix of teeing grounds and will not be playing it at its maximum yardage on any given day," USGA vice-president Jim Hyler said.
Highlights include newly leveled teeing grounds, enlarged green complexes, rebuilt greens and reshaped bunkers with new sand.
However, with up to five separate teeing grounds on every hole, ordinary golfers will be able to realistically attempt the same shots as the pros.
But, with up to five separate teeing grounds on every hole, it will also provide a fantastic playing challenge to ordinary golfers as well as the tour professionals.