Designed in the tradition of great Macdonald/Raynor courses (The National Golf Links of America, Yeaman's Hall, The Chicago Golf Club and Lookout Mountain, among others) Black Creek Club combines the best of vintage design with all that contemporary golf has to offer. The Black Creek Club golf course design, coupled with stringent demands in maintenance and service levels, create a golfing experience of the highest caliber, one that combines the strategy and beauty of the classic courses of the past with today's modern game.
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Eagle Bluff is located in an exclusive residential neighborhood just 15 minutes from downtown Chattanooga. It is nestled atop several distinctive bluffs overlooking Chickamauga Lake and Harrison Bay. This course provides a challenging, scenic and memorable experience to golfers of all levels.
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This 18-hole, par-72 championship course, is strategically placed in some of Minnesota's best forest and wetlands. Scenic views from 11 elevated tees offer a spectacular experience of nature's beauty. Four tees at each hole offer maximum flexibility for all skill levels. Bent grass greens, tees and fairways are meticulously maintained to provide the best conditions possible.. . .
Hills of Cove Golf Course is an 18-hole facility owned and operated by the City of Copperas Cove. The original 9 was built in 1972 and was recently expanded to 18 holes with an additional 9 holes that wind their way through the rolling terrain of Northeast Copperas Cove. The course is a par 71 with 5 scenic and challenging par 3's with the shortest being 130 yards and the longest able to play 230 yards.
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Council Fire was designed by renowned golf course architect Bob Cupp who has designed many courses that have attained top honors in the industry and hosted many PGA Tour Events and Major Championships. Council Fire hosted the 1992 Chattanooga Classic on the PGA Tour, 1993 Champions Tour Pro-Am, 3-time host of the Tennessee PGA Championship, Tennessee Mid Amateur Championship, NCAA Regional Championship, and host of the 2011 Tennessee Senior Amateur Championship.. . .