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What does OOB stand for?

OOB stands for Out-Of-Bounds

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Chan's tee shot went out-of-bounds for a double bogey on the first hole but he rallied with a massive chip-in birdie from 40 feet on 12 before closing with two-under-par 69 in blustery and Thai Thaworn Wiratchant and Asian Tour honorary member Jeev Milkha Singh, who closed on identical 69s.
Even though the number of fatalities and serious injuries has remained stable in the past decade, two issues have caught the concern of legislators: helmet use and out-of-bounds skiers.
Byline: THE TAOS NEWS By Gabe Toth The Taos News While skiers and snowboarders who duck the ropes and head into out-of-bounds territory can put rescuers at risk, as was the case on New Year's Day at Taos Ski Valley, there is often little recourse for the resorts.
95 PB 978-1-55143-714-9 168 pages, 5" x 7 1/2" IL: Ages 12 and up RL: Grade 7 Craig and Tom have been best friends for five years, but Craig's now getting sick of Tom's out-of-bounds behaviour.
Shaw had moved to five under par after 12 holes before putting two balls out-of-bounds over his closing six to end with a three under par 69 on the Nurtau course near Almaty, the country's former capital.
Set up a play area with the hose at the start line, and out-of-bounds lines on each side and parallel to the start line about 60 feet away (that's about 20 giant steps).