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Fall Scenery at Rocky Gap


Pinehurst #9, Pinhurst, NC

This Jack Nicklaus creation was born in 1988 as The National Golf Club but after it was brought into the fold by the Pinehurst Resort it has sequentially been renamed #9. Nicklaus demands that you bring your “A” game right to the first tee at #9 for the opening five holes will test every aspect of your game. Requiring equal parts length and accuracy, accompanied by a deft touch around the greens, sound ball striking is needed to conquer the sharp doglegs, elevation changes, forced carries and approaches to sloping raised green sites that will face you on these holes....

 

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Harbour Town, Hilton Head Island, SC

You can’t follow golf and not know about Harbour Town Golf Links. Playing host to the PGA since 1969, the finishing hole and lighthouse and are as familiar to golf followers as is island green at Sawgrass. Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus built the signature course on Hilton Head to host the Heritage Tournament and it has been doing so ever since. Now connected with RBC as the title sponsor, the week after the Masters is a favorite among the players and families of the PGA. With a list of champions beginning with Arnold Palmer...

 

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Rocky Gap, Flintstone, MD

Situated on 3000 acres in Western Maryland’s Allegany County, Rocky Gap State Park is home to Rocky Gap Casino Resort and the States only Jack Nicklaus signature design. Surrounded by rugged mountains the course and the resort are located at the foot of Evitt’s Mountain on the shores of Lake Habeeb adjacent to the park entrance at Exit 50 off the I68 just east of Cumberland... 

 

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Pronghorn Resort: Nicklaus Course, Bend, OR

Situated on 3000 acres in Western Maryland’s Allegany County, Rocky Gap State Park is home to Rocky Gap Casino Resort and the States only Jack Nicklaus signature design. Surrounded by rugged mountains the course and the resort are located at the foot of Evitt’s Mountain on the shores of Lake Habeeb adjacent to the park entrance at Exit 50 off the I68 just east of Cumberland... 

 

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Turtle Point, Kiawah island, SC

Kiawah Island Resort has become famous in large part because of the Ocean Course hosting the 1991 Ryder Cup and most recently the 2012 PGA Championship. However there are 4 other notable designs all part of this vast seaside resort near Charleston. Turtle Point is an early Nicklaus design opened in 1981, featuring minimal change in elevation, the heavily treed corridors, surrounded by homes and expansive ponds, make this a strong, strategic test of your game... 

 

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