The oldest of the three courses at Hong Kong Golf Club, there are many interesting stories about The Old Course. One of my favorite golf holes in the world is on this course. It's called The Tommy Tucker Hole. The name is a bastardization of the name given to it by the local Chinese. The Brits simplified it for their purposes to Tommy Tucker.
The tee box is behind and significantly below a hill that hides the fairway, and many years ago the hill was lined with burial urns. The goal was to hit one's tee shot without damaging any burial urns, and the Chinese name somehow related to that challenge. The urns are gone now, but Tommy Tucker remains!
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