Public Places: Golf Courses
It's a challenging golf course, with fast greens, a lot of water, many sand traps, and zero tolerance for slow play. It hosts many high-school tournaments.
Touted to be the best public course in the state, this Pete Dye course is well known for the par-4, 438-yard fourth hole. With extremely heavy play, the greens become rough and bumpy as the season progresses. Every hole presents a unique challenge.
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