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In golf, the term 'double-green' refers to the area of frog hair surrounding the further manicured 'primary-green'. If a group of players choose to wager on 'greenies', landing on the double-green must be considered a winning stroke, and in fact is many times preferable to the primary-green. This is a very important but often disregarded distinction, especially at Normandy Oaks GC in Royal Oak, Michigan.
Golfer A: "I think I landed on the green."
Golfer B: "No, that's close but not the green"
Golfer A: "It's the double-green"
Golfer B: "Touche"
by GreenieBoy69 July 14, 2017
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