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Stat – Proximity to Hole
The average distance the ball comes to rest from the hole (in feet) after the player's approach shot. The approach shot distance must be determined by a laser, and the shot must not originate from ...
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The end of summer is a bittersweet time for the students here at Green Venture. On the one hand, we are all moving on to another year of interesting studies, but are sad to see the summer end.
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Christmas, Florida - Wikipedia
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William Langewiesche on the Amazon air crash | Vanity Fair
The airplanes closed at a combined airspeed of 1,000 miles an hour. At that velocity, a distant airplane—a speck on the horizon—will fill the windshield in a matter of seconds.