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InterGolf Disc Golf Course

InterGolf Disc Golf Course is a 9-hole disc golf course located at the Centre InterGolf in Granby, Quebec, Canada. The course is set on a low traffic 9-hole ball golf course. It was designed by Peter Lizotte in 2011.

                                               

Parcours Ignace-Bourget

Parcours Ignace-Bourget is a 12-hole disc golf course located in Ignace-Bourget Park in Montreal, Quebec. The course was established on 24 September 2009. It ranks among the most played disc golf courses in Quebec.

                                               

Domaine de Rouville Disc Golf Course

Domaine de Rouville DGC is a private 18-hole disc golf course located at the Domaine de Rouville golf course, in Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Quebec. Designed in 2013 by Mark Doucette, Gabriel Rondeau, and Paul Belyea on the grounds of an unused 9-hole g ...

                                               

Claret (disambiguation)

Claret may refer to: The Claret School, a private Catholic all-boys school. Claret, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence Claret, an English name for red Bordeaux wine The Claret Jug, a golf trophy. Operation Claret, a series of raids during the Indonesia–Mala ...

                                               

Bethpage

Bethpage may refer to: Bethphage, a place in ancient Israel, mentioned as the place from which Jesus sent the disciples to find a donkey and a colt, which he would ride into Jerusalem Bethpage State Park, a park on Long Island with five golf cour ...

                                               

Anders Gillner

Anders Gillner is a Swedish former professional golfer who played on the European Tour. Gillner represented Sweden at the 1984 European Boys Team Championship at the Royal St Georges Golf Club. He turned professional in 1988 and played on the Swe ...

                                               

1988 NCAA Womens Golf Championship

The 1988 NCAA Womens Golf Championships were contested at the seventh annual NCAA-sanctioned golf tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of womens collegiate golf in the United States. Until 1996, the NCAA would hold j ...

                                               

1989 NCAA Womens Golf Championship

The 1989 NCAA Womens Golf Championships were contested at the eighth annual NCAA-sanctioned golf tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of womens collegiate golf in the United States. Until 1996, the NCAA would hold ju ...

                                               

1993 NCAA Womens Golf Championship

The 1993 NCAA Womens Golf Championships were contested at the 12th annual NCAA-sanctioned golf tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of womens collegiate golf in the United States. Until 1996, the NCAA would hold just ...

                                               

1996 NCAA Division I Womens Golf Championship

The 1996 NCAA Division I Womens Golf Championships were contested at the 15th annual NCAA-sanctioned golf tournament to determine the individual and team national champions of womens Division Icollegiate golf in the United States. This was the fi ...

                                               

Wie

Wie or WIE may refer to: Windows Internet Explorer, a web browser Wik-Epa language, a Paman language spoken in Australia Y, the twenty-fifth letter of the Latin alphabet, pronounced wie Team Wiesenhof-Felt, a cycling team

                                               

2020 MENA Tour

The 2020 MENA Tour by Arena is the 9th season of the MENA Tour and features 11 events, all held in the MENA area and played in February, March and April.

                                               

Santa Anita

Santa Anita may refer to: Places Santa Anita Canyon, a canyon in the Angeles National Forest in California Santa Anita District, a district of the Lima Province in Peru Santa Anita, California, a community in Los Angeles County Rancho Santa Anita ...

                                               

Gorce

Gorce or La Gorce may refer to: Gorce surname, including La Gorce and de La Gorce La Gorce Open, American golf tournament Places: Gorce Mountains in southern Poland Gorce National Park, part of Western Beskids Gorce, Slovenia, a small settlement ...

                                               

Linde

Lipka, Zlotow County, a village in Poland, called Linde before World War II Lindes and Ramsberg Mountain District, a former district in Sweden, see Lindesberg Municipality

                                               

Silverado

Silverado Canyon, Orange County, California, near the above community; associated with Silverado Creek The Silverado Galaxy, officially named NGC 3370 Silverado Trail, a scenic route in Napa Valley Silverado Formation, a geologic formation in Cal ...

                                               

Wells Fargo (disambiguation)

Wells Fargo Tower disambiguation, various locations Wells Fargo Building disambiguation, various locations Wells Fargo Pavilion, in the U.S. city of Sacramento, California Wells Fargo Center disambiguation, various locations Wells Fargo Plaza dis ...

                                               

TSV

TSV may refer to: Tobacco streak virus, a plant pathogenic virus Turn- und Sportverein "Gymnastics and Sports club", a common club name prefix of sports in Germany and Austria Through-silicon via, a vertical electrical connection passing complete ...

                                               

Ranch (disambiguation)

A ranch is a place where ranching, a process of raising livestock, especially cattle, is performed. Ranch may also refer to: The Ranch band, a former three-member country band headed by Keith Urban Ranch brothel, a common term for a legal brothel ...

                                               

Ribbon (disambiguation)

A ribbon is a thin band of flexible material, typically of cloth. Ribbon may also refer to: Ribbons, a character in the Doctor Who episode "It Takes You Away" of Ribbon knot, a restricted type of mathematical knot Ribbon mathematics, a geometrica ...

                                               

Steven Scott Harris

Scott Harris is an American entrepreneur, author, speaker and customer experience expert mostly known as the current CEO of SocialSurvey.

                                               

Olympic Arena

Olympic Arena may refer to: Jeunesse Arena, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, also called Arena Olimpica do Rio Olympic Arena Olympic Arena, the United States Air Force Missile Combat Competition Father David Bauer Olympic Arena, an ice ho ...

                                               

Americas Cup (disambiguation)

Americas Cup is an international yachting competition. Americas Cup may also refer to: America Baseball Cup, an international baseball competition, see 2008 America Cup Baseball American Cup gymnastics, an international gymnastics competition hel ...

                                               

Steinkjer (disambiguation)

Steinkjer Church, a church in the municipality of Steinkjer in Trondelag county, Norway Steinkjer, a municipality in Trondelag county, Norway Steinkjer Station, a railway station in the municipality of Steinkjer in Trondelag county, Norway Steink ...

                                               

Red Rocks (disambiguation)

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area near Las Vegas, Nevada Red Rocks, Scotland, a small group of rocky islands in Loch Sunart Red Rocks, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Red Rocks Park in Jefferson County, Colorado Red Rocks Amphitheatre, ...

                                               

Racecourse (disambiguation)

A racecourse is a horse racing track. Racecourse may also refer to: Racecourse Station MTR, a station on the East Rail Line of Hong Kong The Racecourse, a cricket and general sports ground at Durham University, England Race Course, Vadodara, Guja ...

                                               

Dahlia (disambiguation)

Dahlia Duhaney born 1970, Jamaican sprinter Dahlia Lithwick, Canadian contributing editor at Newsweek and senior editor at Slate Dahlia Salem born 1971, American actress Dahlia Ravikovitch 1936-2005, Israeli poet and peace activist

                                               

馬場

馬場, meaning "horse field", "hippodrome", or "racecourse", may refer to: In the Mandarin reading Mǎchǎng: Machangding, former administrative district in Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan In the Cantonese reading Mahcheùhng: Racecourse Station MTR, ...

                                               

Charles Cannon

Charles Cannon may refer to: Chuck Cannon, American country music songwriter Charles Craig Cannon 1914–1992, American military captain Charles Cannon Quebec politician 1905–1976, Canadian Member of Parliament for Iles-de-la-Madeleine Charles Cann ...

                                               

Adios

"Adios", a song by Don Omar "Adios", a song by Nellie McKay from the album Home Sweet Mobile Home "Adios", a song by La Oreja de Van Gogh from their album Lo Que te Conte Mientras te Hacias la Dormida "Adios", a song composed by Enric Madriguera, ...

                                               

QH

ATCvet code QH Systemic hormonal preparations, excluding sex hormones and insulins, a section of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System for veterinary medicinal products q.h. or qh, Latin for "every hour" also q2h "every 2 hour ...

                                               

Point-to-point

Point-to-Point Protocol PPP, part of the Internet protocol suite Point-to-point construction, an electronics assembly technique Point-to-point telecommunications, a telecommunications link connecting two nodes Fibre Channel point-to-point, a simp ...

                                               

Chris Hayes (disambiguation)

Chris Hayes is an American journalist. Chris Hayes may also refer to: Chris Hayes musician, American musician with Huey Lewis and the News, 1980–2001 Chris Hayes baseball born 1973, American college baseball coach Chris Hayes ice hockey born 1946 ...

                                               

Wang Meng

Wang Meng may refer to: Wang Meng Former Qin Chinese: 王猛 ; pinyin: Wang Meng, 325–375, minister of Former Qin in ancient China Wang Meng painter Chinese: 王蒙 ; pinyin: Wang Meng, 1308–1385, Chinese artist in Yuan Dynasty Wang Meng author Chine ...

                                               

Winterland (disambiguation)

Winterland was an old ice skating rink and 5.400 seat music venue in San Francisco, California. Winterland may also refer to: "Winterland" Journeyman, the eighth episode of the first season of Journeyman Winterland, a 1998 album by Emma Townshend ...

                                               

Micron (disambiguation)

A micron a non-SI name for micrometre. Micron may also refer to: Micron wool, the measurement used to express the diameter of a wool fibre Alesis Micron, an analog-modelling synthesizer made by Alesis Studio Electronics Micron, a unit used to mea ...

                                               

Makke Groen

Makke Lambers-Groen also written as Martha Groen was a Dutch female kortebaanschaatsen speed skater. Groen was born in Oldeboorn. She rode her first competition in the 1932-33 winter season. In December 1932 she won her first price, the third pla ...

                                               

John H. Harris

John H. Harris may refer to: John H. Harris entertainment 1898–1969, husband of figure skater Donna Atwood and first owner of the Ice Capades John H. Harris, Treasurer of Maryland from 1841–1842 John Howard Harris 1847–1925, president of Bucknell ...

                                               

Cutting edge

Cutting edge or The Cutting Edge may refer to: State of the art, the highest level of development, as of a device, technique, or scientific field The cutting surface of a blade or other cutting tool

                                               

India national team

The Indian national team may refer to: India womens national football team, womens football soccer India national football team Blue Tigers, mens football soccer Association football India national badminton team Badminton India national baseball ...

                                               

VfL Nagold

VfL Nagold is the largest sports club in Nagold. In 1934, Turnverein Nagold, founded in 1860, and the Sportverein Nagold, founded in 1911, merged to form VfL Nagold. Their soccer team currently plays in the Landesliga Wurttemberg, the seventh tie ...

                                               

EJC

EJC may refer to: Eglise de Jesus-Christ, an independent Christian church in Congo European Juggling Convention European Judo Championships Exon junction complex European Junior Championships disambiguation Eden Junior College, in Patna, Bihar, I ...

                                               

Markus Weicker

Weicker grew up in Offenbach am Main and studied architecture in Darmstadt. Under the name "Gibmafuffi" he produced for artists like Doll, Madness, Morlockk Dilemma, Kool Savas and Karate Andi and released an EP and two instrumental albums: "Trin ...

                                               

NKA

NKA may refer to: Lopango yaba Nka, a band from the Congo Initialism for North Korean Army, also known as the Korean Peoples Army Na + /K + -ATPase, an enzyme located in the plasma membrane in all animals New Kosovo Alliance, a political party Ne ...

                                               

KFS

KFS may refer to: Korean Fiber Society, an academic association Knives, Forks and Spoons Press, a British publishing company Kenya Ferry Service, which operates the Likoni Ferry CloudStore, previously known as Kosmosfs Koç Financial Services, a T ...

                                               

BKK (disambiguation)

BKK is the IATA airport code for Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand. It can also refer to: Betriebskrankenkasse, a type of insurance for healthcare in Germany The Bernstein–Khovanskii–Kushnirenko theorem, in algebraic geometry The British Karate Kyok ...

                                               

Tōkaidō

In Japanese, Tōkaidō may refer to: Spelled: Tōkaidō road, one of the Five Routes of Japan during the Edo period Tōkaidō region, an ancient country subdivision of Japan Route 15 Japan, a major national highway in Japan that traces old Tōkaidō betw ...

                                               

The Rivalry

Johns Hopkins–Maryland lacrosse rivalry, between the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays and the Maryland Terrapins lacrosse teams Oxford–Cambridge rivalry, competition between the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge Cowboys–Redskins rivalry ...

                                               

Kevin Corrigan (lacrosse)

Kevin Corrigan is an American lacrosse coach. Serving as the head coach for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish mens lacrosse team since 1988, he is the longest active tenured coach in mens lacrosse at the Division I level.

                                               

Sieve (disambiguation)

A sieve is a tool to separate materials of one characteristic from materials of another. Sieve may also refer to: