a line at each end of the rink, parallel to the foot score and usually 7 yards (6.4 meters) in advance of the tee.
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Origin of hog score
First recorded in 1780–90
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Examples from the Web for hog score
Hog, hog, n. in curling, a stone which does not pass the hog-score.
Hog, a stone that stops short of the hog-score, a line drawn one-sixth of the length of the rink from the tee.