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The 558yd Par 5 12th at WindRiver Golf Club, Lenoir City, Tennessee. The climb from the landing area off the tee to the green is over one hundred feet.
My club's logo located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Too ambivalent?
It is still relatively new but the photos I've seen of Sequoyah are intriguing. There has to be a ton of relief. Grove Park Inn offers some midweek stay and play packages but I don know if the seafood is included. Willow Creek has a couple of screwy holes with less than distinct or intuitive landing areas but overall it's a nice track. Wind River, formerly Rarity Pointe, is one of my favorites in the area. It is worth the trip if you haven't played it.
I'm not sure how to get on at TN National though I have not tried. They were having trouble attracting buyers so it may not be that difficult. Willow Creek is really nice and is maintained like a private course. They are a ways from you but the courses at Tellico are gorgeous in the spring. Rarity Bay is in great condition although there are a few houses in play... for me anyways. I need to get up to Sevierville and try those two and Gatlinburg Golf Course. Have any of the...
I played Three Ridges for the first time back in the fall and really enjoyed it. The greens are challenging and the layout keeps it interesting. The only hole I found a bit quirky was the Par 4 11th but that is a minor critique. Now that I've seen it I plan to return when spring arrives. River Islands is a steal at $22 right now for their winter rate.
It's gotta be the dimples...
In regards to Charleston, COAST is fantastic.  It is north of Calhoun Street but definitely worth finding.  Pearlz Oyster Bar on E. Bay is really good and they usually have Happy Hour specials.  For breakfast, Hominy Grill is hard to beat.   
This becomes even stranger when compared to any other professional sport.  How would it be for a pitcher's significant other to stand between the mound and second base?  A jockey with his wife seated behind the saddle?  Again, the operative word is "profession".    
I have sampled a couple of batches of the Aberlour A'bunadh the last couple years and really enjoyed it.  Most recently, I tried the Laphroaig 10 Year Cask Strength.  It is almost like drinking a campfire doused in honey...      
Great pics.  PGA West looks to be in immaculate condition.  It is always interesting to see the varied compositions of the tour players' bags.
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