The 19th hole was a slang, that initially meant a pub, bar or restaurant, near a golf course. Golfers headed there for refreshments, after 18 holes of golf. P. G. Wodehouse, in his golf stories had his character called “Oldest member” narrate about the 19th hole. Today, it is well and truly a part of the golfer’s vocabulary and is meant to indicate the bar at the clubhouse, where everyone heads for a drink and to discuss the “ highlights “ of the round they played. This section captures some of the many interesting ‘19th holes’, across clubhouses in the country.