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Bunker

A large container on a ship used to hold fuel. See also: Bunker adjustment factor.
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STUDENTS (HOLE 4): Three small bunkers allegedly once popular with students wanting to seduce ladies, or so the story goes.
17 and the bunkers, it might play a little easier,'' he said.
Where the vendors were expecting between pounds 3,000 and pounds 5,000, bunkers have been going for more than double that price.
She said using recycled glass in golf bunkers will also help boost the recycling industry.
The fairway is straight out from the clubhouse with two bunkers down the right that need to be avoided.
Hole 4 - Par 4 White 390, Yellow 370, Red 369 Accuracy is required off the tee as a thin line of trees escort the fairway almost all of the way up the right-hand side, and a duo of bunkers stand guard on the left-hand side.
Stan's verdict: I have a close affinity with bunkers as whenever I strike a golf ball towards the flag it inevitably lands in one.
2 610 yards, par 5: Accurate drivers will do best on this narrow fairway and long hitters can look to reach the green in two, while shorter players risk getting caught up in a cluster of bunkers.
The Group is contemplating the formation of a fleet that will consist of eight vessels including oil tankers and marine bunkers with sizes ranging from approximately 5,000 DWT to 300,000 DWT through leasing or hire-purchase arrangements, so as to support its business expansion and to provide oil transportation services to customers.
The famous 17th features two challenging new bunkers on the right side of the fairway at 316 and 320 yards.
Once diners have finished their sticky toffee pudding or chocolate fudge cake dessert, they can sit back and enjoy a refreshing drink in one of the venue'smany booths or bunkers.