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Tobacco Road Golf Club

In the golf rich state of North Carolina, Tobacco Road Golf Club is honored to be included in Golf Digest and Golf Magazine's Top 100 Greatest Public Courses in America. This landmark design from the late Mike Strantz incorporates sound golf design principles, strategic shot values, and an old abandoned sand quarry to create arguably his greatest work. As of July of 2013, Tobacco Road rose to another plateau reaching number 50 in the world according to Golf Architecture Magazine as voted by 240 ...

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