clubhouse

[n] - a building occupied by a club
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Clubhouse

Club'house` noun A house occupied by a club.
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clubhouse

noun a building that is occupied by a social club; `the clubhouse needed a new roof`
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Clubhouse

• (n.) A house occupied by a club.
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clubhouse

The main building on the course.
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Clubhouse

This is where play begins and ends. The clubhouse is also your source for information about local rules, the conditions of the course, upcoming events and other essential information for the avid golfer. Normally, you can also purchase balls, clubs, clothes, and other golfing equipment at the clubhouse.
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Clubhouse

When the golfers arrive at the golf course, they first head to the club house which contains a small food and drink service.
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Clubhouse

A golf club's administration, recreational and facilities building.
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Clubhouse

(very broadly) the main building or structure of a golf facility which can, but does not necessarily
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