Definition of Teeing ground
1. Noun. The starting place for each hole on a golf course. "They were waiting on the first tee"
Group relationships: Golf Course, Links Course
Generic synonyms: Land Site, Site
Derivative terms: Tee
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teeing Ground
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Literary usage of Teeing ground
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook of Athletic Games for Players, Instructors, and Spectators by Jessie Hubbell Bancroft, William Dean Pulvermacher (1916)
"The first stroke or drive for any hole is made from the teeing ground for ... The teeing ground is understood to include a rectangular space extending not ..."
2. International Annual of Anthony's Photographic Bulletin and American Process by Frederick J Harrison, W I Scandlin (1898)
"My next view was of a girl on the teeing ground. Why, teeing ground, I do n't know, nor does anyone. If you ask, you are told that " the game is English. ..."
3. The Encyclopaedia of Sport by Frederick George Aflalo, Hedley Peek (1897)
"Swipe—A full shot. Tee—The small elevation, usually a pinch of sand, from which the ball is struck for the first stroke to each hole. Teeing-ground ..."
4. How to Amuse Yourself and Others: The American Girl's Handy Book by Lina Beard, Adelia Belle Beard (1898)
"392). nne. Dotted Line Gives Direction ding teeing-ground. A an eighteen-hole course t the starting-point, the Fig. 393. ..."
5. The World of Golf by Garden Grant Smith (1898)
"the ground be unsuitable, a proper teeing ground will have to be made. Ground that is on any kind of slope, unless it be slightly sloped upwards, ..."