South Chili Travel Guide

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    by davecallahan Updated Jun 4, 2007

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    18-holes, par 72 (don't I wish!). Very challenging course for even good players.
    $30 with cart. Call ahead to reserve tee times (see website below).

    It is a fairly long course (6400 yards) with some major water hazards. Fairways tend toward the narrow side with several dogleg holes. Mature trees are snares for errant strokes; bunkers are deep andsteep banked; a few greens are elevated.
    This is not a stress-free round of golf.

    There is a nice driving range and putting green. The pro shop is where you can go to schedule some lessons ($25 per hour) or upgrade equipment (Callaway, Ping, Cobra, Wilson, Titleist, Mizuno, Top-Flite, Taylor Made, McGregor, Cleveland and more)
    The restaurant at the clubhouse serves beverages and finger foods in a comfortable room where the conversation is always golf.

    Related to:
    • Golf
    • Road Trip

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