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wind tee

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n wind tee weather vane shaped like a T and located at an airfield
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Usage

In literature:

Always play from a low tee, except when the wind is behind you.
"The Complete Golfer [1905]" by Harry Vardon
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In news:

A new championship tee can add up to 40 yards to this hole, which is all about the wind.
No matter who, it'll be white face and a striped tee shirt and those loose-limbed bits with titles like "Climbing the Stairs" or "Walking Against the Wind".
At 138 yards from the back tee, the first hole is a bit down hill and will play a little shorter than its yardage, but with the prevailing wind in your face, the club selection to a large angular green is critical.
Designed to accommodate cable diameters up to 800 mm2, the 36(42)kV bolted tee connector for is suitable for off-shore wind farm environments.
Mount Si's Sebastian Gant winds up to tee off at Eagle's Talon during district play.
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