Definition of Golf hole
1. Noun. One playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course. "He played 18 holes"
Specialized synonyms: Dogleg
Group relationships: Golf Course, Links Course
Generic synonyms: Period Of Play, Play, Playing Period
Derivative terms: Hole
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Golf Hole
Literary usage of Golf hole
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise of cystoscopy and urethroscopy by Georges Luys (1918)
".—Golf-hole-shaped ureteral orifice, indicating a destruction of the kidney, as observed i : and tuberculosis (Fenwick). ..."
2. The Value of Ureteric Meatoscopy in Obscure Diseases of the Kidney: A Study by Edwin Hurry Fenwick (1903)
"(B) A displaced orifice, (c) A choked orifice. (D) Massive œdema of the orifice. A. The " Golf-hole " Ureteric Orifice ..."
3. Golfers Magazine by United States Golf Association, Western Golf Association (1908)
"Query—A player's ball rested on an old golf hole on the putting green which had been filled in with turf by the greenkeeper, and had sunk very ..."
4. American Medicine (1913)
"The "golf-hole," or patulous ureter, is usually an association of previous bladder inflammation and is in the specimens I have obtained at autopsy usually ..."
5. A Text-book of Urology in Men, Women and Children, Including Urinary and by Victor Cox Pedersen (1919)
"Tuberculosis of the ureter usually sets up a condition known as "golf-hole" ureter, a round hole somewhat depressed with more or less inflammation of the ..."
6. A Handbook of Clinical Electric-light Cystoscopy by Edwin Hurry Fenwick (1904)
"Largest cavity in lower pole. Ureter thin and narrow. 1899.—Cystoscopy. Left ureteric orifice unchanged—an irregular golf hole. ..."