water hazard

water hazard
noun
hazard provided by ponds of water that the golfer must avoid
Hypernyms: ↑hazard

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water hazard UK US noun [countable] [singular water hazard plural water hazards]
an area of water on a golf course designed to make it more difficult for players to get their ball onto the green
Thesaurus: golfhyponym sports events and competitionshyponym

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water hazard,
a stream, pond, or ditch filled with water on a golf course, intended as an obstacle.

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