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teeing ground

noun, Golf.
1.
tee2 (def 1a).
Origin of teeing ground
1885-1890
First recorded in 1885-90
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  • No player shall, in teeing his ball, raise the turf of the teeing ground.

    The Happy Golfer Henry Leach
  • So we have been exhibited as starting in life at the teeing ground, abounding in hope and possibility.

    The Happy Golfer Henry Leach
  • The teeing ground is on a height, and below it is a series of descending plateaux like giants' steps until the level is reached.

    The Happy Golfer Henry Leach
  • At last we come to a teeing ground on the edge of the steep white cliff which is some hundred and thirty feet in height.

    The Happy Golfer Henry Leach
  • The circumstances are these: The teeing ground is on the lower level, and it is only some fifty yards from the base of the cliff.

    The Happy Golfer Henry Leach
  • We were not able to retrieve the dog until we reached the third teeing ground, and then I apologized to him.

    The Adventures Of A Suburbanite Ellis Parker Butler
  • "But here's where Mr. West takes the lead," confided that young gentleman to Joel as they walked to the teeing ground.

    The Half-Back

    Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Dr. Ballard sprang out, for he had recognized the figure at the first teeing ground.

    Jewel Clara Louise Burnham
  • The odds are not very greatly in favour of the ball being rolled off the teeing ground.

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