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A course on which golf is played.
- ‘Planning permission was granted to build a new golf course at Coniston Cold.’
- ‘It didn't really get to me when I was on the golf course but right after I finished, I was drained.’
- ‘It was one of the most incredible feelings I have ever had on a golf course.’
- ‘Most days he likes to walk around the golf course and its driving range collecting wayward balls.’
- ‘Guests can also access their e-mail and even see, via a webcam, how busy the first tee on the golf course is.’
- ‘Tennis, clay pigeon shooting and a nine-hole golf course are also available on the island.’
- ‘And it will be on a tennis court, not a golf course, where he is most likely to be found relaxing.’
- ‘Go through the village, pass the golf course and eventually the park entrance appears on the left.’
- ‘I spend most of my spare time on the golf course or at the driving range.’
- ‘The plan also provides for the addition of six new holes on the golf course and a new clubhouse.’
- ‘He favors a style of knitted shirts and casual slacks that would not look out of place on a golf course.’
- ‘The Lodge is now home to the Royal Blackheath Golf Club and the former park is a golf course.’
- ‘At least he was closer to the office here and they could use the golf course for their morning walks.’
- ‘The playing of golf is prohibited on this park except on the golf course.’
- ‘It is superbly located, in the least developed part of Macau, next to a championship golf course.’
- ‘All guestrooms and suites overlook either the gardens and river or the golf course.’
- ‘He got the feel back on the practice range last summer, but is only now transferring the effect to the golf course.’
- ‘The golf simulator room will appeal to those too busy to drive to the golf course.’
- ‘Next week it's time to see if some golf veterans can play as well on a pool table as they can on a golf course.’
- ‘I wouldn't say we're best friends, but we get on well - both on and off the golf course.’
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