nineteenth hole


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nineteenth hole

n. a place to buy an alcoholic beverage after a golf game. (Likely to be filled with golfers who have played eighteen holes of golf.) I hit a hole-in-one on the first hole and went straight to the nineteenth hole to celebrate.
See also: hole
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All in all the game impresses and if it wasn't for the lure of the nineteenth hole I'd still be playing it now
But while they can warm up at the nineteenth hole, their fellow enthusiasts all over the world have more hazards than the bunkers to contend with.
As for the nineteenth hole, well, that's another tale .
Sir Richard Branson, Chairman of the airline, said today: "The European Team will enjoy Virgin's famous service including our inflight beauty therapists who will offer massages to the players and their partners, our award-winning Upper Class Suites -- the longest beds in business and first -- and what may be the most exclusive nineteenth hole in the world, our onboard bar.
Nineteenth Hole acquired the west Little Rock site in April 1996 from Bernard Kaiser III and Willis and Angela Smith for $390,000 ($14 per SF).
Once installed at the nineteenth hole, players can still keep abreast of events out on the course.
If you're up for a bit of a laugh after dinner pop into the Nineteenth Hole, an English-run bar on the marina.
One of my favourite traditions was a trip to the nineteenth hole for a drink after practice.