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Opened in 1983, the course was originally designed by Jay Morrish with player consultants Byron Nelson and Ben Crenshaw. It features rolling hills, indigenous oak and mesquite trees, numerous sand bunkers, and small scenic lakes on a number of the holes, including the two finishing holes. – Official TPC Site EDS Byron Nelson Championship Official [...]26Mar2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina was designed by Pete Dye with the help of Jack Nicklaus. Harbour Town Golf Links established the permanent site of the rechartering of the oldest golf club in South Carolina and possibly the United States – the South Carolina Golf Club. Notably, 1986 marked the [...]26Mar2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
UPDATE – If you want a 3D virtual tour using Virtual Earth 3D – Visit my new post!! Site of the Masters Tournament: Most people know Augusta because it is the site of the Masters Tournament, played each spring at the Augusta National Golf Club. The tourist boom in the early years of the 1900s [...]25Mar2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 6 comments | Continued
Just 15 miles North of Downtown Houston sits a wooded oasis, Redstone Golf Club, the proud home of Houston’s only PGA TOUR stop, the Shell Houston Open. Destined to become the premier showcase for golf in Houston, Member Course amenities include an 18-hole, 7,508-yard championship golf course designed by golf architects Peter Jacobsen and Jim [...]25Mar2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Situated on 250 acres across the Mississippi River from New Orleans, TPC Louisiana was designed by a man who knows how to turn a site with limited topography into a beautiful and compelling test of golf. Pete Dye, who created the flagship layout for the PGA TOUR, TPC Sawgrass, was called on again for another [...]25Mar2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued