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List Of Sports Venues In Hamilton, Ontario - Golf Courses
... Below is a listing of Golf Courses found in the Greater Hamilton Area (1) Beverly Golf Country Club (18 holes, private), originated in 1957 ... The course was designed by Canadian Golf Architect, Robbie Robinson, as an 18 hole course. 2) Caistorville Golf Club (18 holes, public) (3) Camisle Cedar Springs Rd (27 holes, public) (4) Carlisle Golf And Country Club (27 holes, public ...
Clark Lake (Jackson County, Michigan) - Local Points of Interest - Golf Courses
... Golf Courses, parks and many other recreational activities surround the lake and provide a person with things to do year round ... There are over 14 different challenging golf courses within 20 miles (32 km) of Clark Lake ...
Audubon International - Programs - Environmental Stewardship and Management - Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program For Golf Courses
... Cooperative Sanctuary Program, this program works solely with golf courses and helping them to create environmentally friendly areas while still having great places to play golf ... There are over 2,110 golf courses that participate in this program in 24 countries ... Some of the courses that have earned this certification are Bob O'Connor Golf Course at Schenley Park ...
Lester George
... George, born in Wiesbaden, Germany in 1955, is an internationally renowned golf course architect ... career coincided with the development of his career as a golf course architect ... Serving as a Design Coordinator for Golf Services International from 1987 to 1991, George studied with other golf course architects learning all aspects of golf course design and construction ...

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