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9th Hole (Redbud)

The 516-yard par-5 9th might just be the best birdie chance you’ll have all day. Two well-struck shots and you’re looking at a good chance at a four. Two good shots and you’re on the dance floor with a shot at eagle. Avoid the big bunker short right of the green. […]

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Casino 360 Craziness!

Hi, friends! I hope you all had a wonderful, relaxing weekend. The weather was definitely on our side, which was a nice change of pace! I’ve been waiting all week to write to you again, particularly because of the topic- Casino 360°!

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Roaming Around Rome!

Hello, friends! I hope you have all had a wonderful week so far. I am very excited that summer is just around the corner. We have a lot of exciting events coming up, and I can’t wait to see them all unfold!

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100,000 Grand Fans!

A few short months ago we celebrated a huge milestone- 75,000 likes on our Facebook page. It blew our minds that so many people wanted to share with us their stories and their thoughts as well as listen to what we had to say.

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4th Hole (Scissortail)

At 361 yards, it’s tempting to challenge the left fairway bunker on the par-4 4th, but the smart play is to stay right of it. Any decent drive that avoids the sand will leave a short approach and good birdie opportunity – as long as you don’t miss short and right where a deep bunker […]

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2nd Hole (Scissortail)

The 398-yard par-4 2nd is simple, but still demanding. This straight chute-like fairway is heavily lined with trees on either side. Stay straight off the tee or you’ll likely need to take your medicine and chip out sideways. Don’t miss long when the pin is at the back – the trees are waiting there for […]

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6th Hole (Redbud)

The first par-5 on Redbud is the 562-yard 6th hole. The fairway is generous, but challenging the left side to get home in two will bring the water into play. Safe play is up the right half of the fairway on the drive and layup. Hit a wedge approach and make your birdie the old-fashioned […]

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