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Glade Springs Resort - The Cobb Course

The Cobb Course offers a staggering range of variety with features including 51 sand bunkers, more than 200 feet of elevation change, 8 lakes, and ever-shifting sun angles. Even the fairways have subtle slopes that will catch you by surprise! The course was designed by George Cobb and it's the only one which bears his name. Stretching over 7,121 yards from the black tees, the Cobb Course has strategically placed fairway bunkers that will surely put your golfing skills to test. The 16th hole of t...

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Raven Golf Club at Snowshoe Resort

The Gary Player Signature Raven Golf Club at Snowshoe Mountain Resort provides an impeccable course with gorgeous scenery every step of the way. Long fairways take advantage of the rolling terrain, some dropping as much as 200 feet from tee to landing area. Tees are framed by beautiful vistas, and each hole is unique to itself, offering a golf experience unmatched anywhere else. We invite you to see for yourself why GolfWeek magazine has ranked The Raven Golf Club the #2 public course in the state of West Virginia and the #30 public course in the U.S.

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Golf has been associated with St Andrews for hundreds of years. The first written record of golf in St Andrews dates from 1552: it is a charter, bearing the seal of the Archbishop of St Andrews, which confirms that townspeople had the right to play golf on the Links, which at that time were also used for activities such as football, livestock grazing and rabbit breeding! It is likely that golf had been played on St Andrews' Links long before that, as the sport was forbidden in Scotland by King James II nearly a century earlier, in 1457.

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