19th hole
 n.— Note: A customary name for a bar that caters to golfers or for a round of drinking after a golf match. «The convention at the Desert Springs J. W. Marriott formally began on Sunday, with a golf tournament, featuring a “19th hole” bash cosponsored by Coldwell Banker, the giant real estate firm.» —“Homeowners’ Hard Times Are Good for the Foreclosure Business” by Eric Lipton in Palm Desert, California New York Times Apr. 6, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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