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The bar at the clubhouse of a golf course, where players can go after finishing the standard 18 holes of a game. Barry isn't much of a golfer. He usually heads to the nineteenth hole after playing for only an hour or so. Wow, that was a great game. Let's head to the nineteenth hole—first drink's on me!
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nineteenth holethe bar in a golf clubhouse, as reached after a standard round of 18 holes. informal humorous
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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.
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