mirasol : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n annual sunflower grown for silage and for its seeds which are a source of oil; common throughout United States and much of North America
- Luke Donald in SI.com
At Mirasol, the challenge was around the greens. Here, the challenge is off the tee,defending Honda champion Luke Donald said. "You have to drive it very well. The fairways are more narrow than Mirasol, but the greens are much flatter and...
- Robert Allenby in Palm Beach Post
Nothing against Mirasol, but the golf course here is one one of the best in the world,said Allenby, who finished one shot out of the playoff last year. "I know all of the players last year loved it. They thought it was a great test of...
- Chris DiMarco in Palm Beach Post
Nothing against Mirasol, but those courses were a little goofy. I'm not sure the players liked it over there that much,said Chris DiMarco. "This is tough, but it's fair even in this wind."