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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 11 Jun 2018, Monday
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The following is a glossary of the terminology currently used in the sport of golf. Where words in a sentence are also defined elsewhere in this article, they appear in italics. Old names for clubs can be found at Obsolete golf clubs.
Random information on the term “ACE”:
Ace were a British rock band, who enjoyed moderate success in the 1970s. Their membership included Paul Carrack, who later became famous as the co-lead vocalist of Mike + The Mechanics and as a solo artist. Ace are best known for their hit single “How Long”, which was a top 20 single in the United Kingdom in 1974, and reached no. 3 in the United States in 1975.
The band was formed in December 1972 in Sheffield as “Ace Flash and the Dynamos”, but the name was soon abbreviated to “Ace”. The members were assembled from various professional bands. Carrack and Comer had previously played with Warm Dust, and King with Mighty Baby, whose antecedents were the 1960s band The Action. Ace were popular on the pub rock circuit. Their music was a fusion of pop and funk .
Before the recording of their debut album, Five-A-Side, the former drummer of Bees Make Honey, Fran Byrne, replaced Steve Witherington. The single “How Long?” was taken from this record, and was a significant chart success, achieving a Top 20 place in the UK Singles Chart, and reaching number three in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in the spring of 1975. The Five-A-Side album did well on its own, too, peaking at number 11 on the Billboard 200. Carrack, the band’s keyboardist and chief songwriter, sang lead on “How Long”, but was not the band’s only vocalist. Follow-up singles were sung by other band members.