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Pound Ridge Golf Club

Welcome to Pound Ridge Golf Club, legendary golf course architect Pete Dye's first design project in New York. Pound Ridge Golf Club, an 18-hole daily fee public golf course that plays to a par 72 and measures 7,171 yards from the back tees, is a spellbinding layout that winds its way through hardwood forest and opens to rolling meadows. Fourteen thousand feet of rock walls surround trees, wetlands and water hazards.

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Pound Ridge

Following its opening to the highest accolades, Pound Ridge Golf Club - designed by legendary architect Pete Dye - has emerged as one of America's premier public golf courses. Pebble Beach, Whistling Straits, Pinehurst #2: there are some golf courses every golfer can and should experience at least once in their lifetime. Pound Ridge Golf Club, just north of New York City, has earned itself a spot among these American classics on every golfer's bucket list.

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Barefoot Resort and Golf

Book your dream golf vacation with Barefoot Golf Vacations. With access to over 90 area courses, including the Barefoot Resort courses, they offer some of the best Myrtle Beach Golf Deals in the entire area. Barefoot Golf Vacations is the "official" package company of "The Barefoot Experience" Myrtle Beach Golf Package. They are recognized as having one of the best all-inclusive golf packages myrtle beach has to offer. Located adjacent to the main clubhouse the "on-site" golf package company offers all types of golf packages myrtle beach including the popular Barefoot Resort Golf Packages.

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