The entire course except the tee, green, and hazards of any given hole.
The whole of the golf course except hazards, and the teeing area and putting green of the hole being played.
a description of the whole hole, excluding the teeing ground and putting green, and all hazards. Example: "Conditions were so wet and muddy that players were allowed to lift, clean and place their ball through the green."
Any part of the course which is not 'out of bounds' except the tees, greens and hazards
A designation for the entire course including hazards except the tee box and the green of the hole being played. The green was the name given to early courses.
All areas of the course, except for the teeing ground, putting green, and hazards.
"Through the green" is the whole area of the course except: a. The teeing ground and putting green of the hole being played; and b. All hazards on the course. back