driving range

driving range
noun Date: circa 1949 an area equipped with distance markers, clubs, balls, and tees for practicing golf shots

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Driving range — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El campo de prácticas En el golf, el driving range es un lugar donde los jugadores pueden practicar este deporte. Aquí se comienza a entrar en contacto con el golf, ya que todo jugador (aficionado o profesional) debe …   Wikipedia Español

  • driving range — driving ranges N COUNT A driving range is an outdoor place where you can practise playing golf …   English dictionary

  • driving range — n an open outdoor area where people practise hitting golf balls …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • driving range — driving ,range noun count a place where people practice hitting golf balls …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Driving Range — Ein Golfplatz ist ein Areal in der Natur, auf dem Golf gespielt wird. Es handelt sich somit um eine besondere Form der Sportstätte. Normalerweise wird ein Golfplatz von einem Golfarchitekten entworfen. Wesentliche Elemente sind dabei Abschläge,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Driving range — For driving range for vehicles, see electric vehicle battery. Driving range with 43 tees (20 covered) at the University of Washington …   Wikipedia

  • driving range — noun a practice range for practicing golf shots • Syn: ↑golf range • Topics: ↑golf, ↑golf game • Hypernyms: ↑practice range * * * noun, pl ⋯ ranges [count] : a place where people can practice hitti …   Useful english dictionary

  • driving range — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms driving range : singular driving range plural driving ranges a place where people practise hitting golf balls …   English dictionary

  • driving range — An area, usually a part of a regular golf course, wherein golfers may practice driving the ball …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • driving range — driv′ing range n. spo a tract of land for practicing long golf shots, esp. drives, with rentable clubs and balls • Etymology: 1945–50 …   From formal English to slang

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