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The 19th Hole Grill & Bar

202 Sawdust Rd
Spring, TX 77380
Way out on the border of the Woodlands, in what is technically still Spring, lies the smoky, dimly lit 19th Hole. It's really several bars under one roof: Sports bar, neighborhood hangout, pool hall, and music venue on nights when the curtained-off back room is open. Behind the pool tables up front, any of the clustered mass of tables has a great view of the bar's many big screens; some booths have their own televisions too. Don't be surprised to hear 19th Hole's bartenders asking customers if they'd like "the usual," either.

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