Golfer’s need

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Possible Answers: TEE.

Last seen on: Thomas Joseph – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Sep 25 2018

Random information on the term “TEE”:

A tee is a stand used to support a stationary ball so that the player can strike it, particularly in golf, tee ball, American football, and rugby.


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The word tee is derived from the Scottish Gaelic word taigh meaning house and is related to the ‘house’ (the coloured circles) in curling. This would make sense, as the first golf tees were within a circle of one golf club length round the hole. Nowadays, modern courses have separate, designated tee boxes for each hole. For example, the ninth hole of a course is played from the ninth tee to the ninth green, and similarly for the other holes.

In golf, a tee is normally used for the first stroke of each hole. The area from which this first stroke is hit is in the rules[1] known as the teeing ground. Normally, teeing the ball is allowed only on the first shot of a hole, called the tee shot, and is illegal for any other shot; however, local or seasonal rules may allow or require teeing for other shots as well, e.g., under “winter rules” to protect the turf when it is unusually vulnerable. Teeing gives a considerable advantage for drive shots, so it is normally done whenever allowed. However, a player may elect to play his/her tee shot without a tee. This typically gives the shot a lower trajectory.

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