putting green

noun
putt·​ing green | \ˈpə-tiŋ- \

Definition of putting green 

: a smooth grassy area at the end of a golf fairway containing the hole also : a similar area usually with many holes that is used for practice

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Visit Greenskeeper Golf for more information on installing a putting green in your own home. Lauren Sheffield, Harper's BAZAAR, "Watch a Design Expert Transform Her Dated Living Room Into a Sophisticated Putting Green," 19 July 2018 The backyard has a pool and spa with swim-up bar, fireplace, putting green with bunker, in-ground trampoline, and a full-size tennis/basketball sport court. Lorraine Longhi, azcentral, "Luxury homes: $4.7M Scottsdale mansion has secret room, 2 towers and tennis court," 18 June 2018 Molinari, ranked 18th, strolled up to the putting green at about 10:45. Marcus Hayes, Philly.com, "Tiger Woods still 'moves the needle' at the U.S. Open | Marcus Hayes," 12 June 2018 The entry fee is $130 per golfer by July 10 and $150 after July 17 and includes 18 holes of golf, driving range, putting green, golf cart, BBQ lunch, buffet dinner, and raffle ticket. Courant Community, "Community News For The Valley Edition," 10 July 2018 Amenities include a clubroom, gym with a spinning studio and yoga room, outdoor jogging trails, pool, tennis court and putting green, fire pits and grills, valet trash pickup and a package pickup room with digital lockers. Ely Portillo, charlotteobserver, "Here's how much it will cost you to live in these new Charlotte apartments | Charlotte Observer," 7 May 2018 Restaurant guests sitting on the patio or golfers warming up on the large putting green get a great look down on the golfers finishing up their round. Brent Kennedy, The Aegis, "Mountain Branch Golf Club," 22 June 2018 The practice area is expansive, featuring two practice putting greens on opposite sides of the clubhouse to go along with a separate chipping green with sand traps down closer to the driving range. Brent Kennedy, baltimoresun.com, "The Woodlands Golf Course," 11 May 2018 The site plan also includes a pool with cabanas and outdoor gazebo, a put-put green, and a fitness center. Lisa J. Huriash, Sun-Sentinel.com, "300+ rental apartments may be built on Plantation synagogue land," 9 July 2018

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1805, in the meaning defined above

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putting green

noun

English Language Learners Definition of putting green

golf : an area covered with very short grass around the hole into which the ball must be played; also : a similar area that has many holes and that is used for practice

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