The Duke's Golf Course Review


May 06th, 2009 12:15

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First Name B.
Last Name Tucker
Handicap 9

Course Review and Comments

The Duke's continues it's improvements under the watchful eye of Herb Kohler. The soil is much sandier and drier, and the rough is much shorter now since I last saw it in 2006. If you haven't seen the course in a few years, it's definitely a night-and-day difference. No. 7 is my personal favorite hole, especially from the back tee (if you can stomach a 500-yard par 4)

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Date course was played Wednesday 29th of April 2009
Price paid for golf 0
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Play Again Yes
Recommend Yes

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