The difficult problem of course was the blacklist and bunkering agreement, but I think we are by that.
The gradients between the tee and the hole should be made use of in bunkering.
Current bunkering controls require licensing both by the Bank of Greece and the customs authorities.
The bunkering is something of a patchwork, in which the theories of two opposite schools have been blended.
The size and contour of the putting green and the bunkering should depend upon the character and length of the hole.
1758, originally Scottish, "seat, bench," of uncertain origin, possibly a variant of banker "bench" (1670s; see bank (n.2)); possibly from a Scandinavian source (cf. Old Swedish bunke "boards used to protect the cargo of a ship"). Of golf courses, first recorded 1824, from extended sense "earthen seat" (1805); meaning "dug-out fortification" probably is from World War I.