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GlenArbor Golf Club can proudly show off its history which dates back to the beginning of the 20th century when the property was owned by Harold T. White, but the main course is relatively new. The current layout was created in 2001 by Gary Player – “a breathtaking course, worthy to be named a masterpiece”, as described on the official website.

Another important feature is that the GlenArbor is the only golf club that has been awarded the “Environmental Stewardship Recognition Award” by the North American Bluebird Society, which shows the club’s commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship.

Going to the description of the golf course itself: spread nearly the 7000 yards, it is a Muirfield’s routing styled game with outward nine running clockwise holes around the edge, and the inward nine holes running counterclockwise inside the front. This might sound challenging for inexperienced players, but the golf course was not designed for amateurs as well. The course is framed by the beautiful terrain, so the players can enjoy wetlands and natural grades while golfing.

The club is dedicated to the established standards of excellence, so for those who are not confident in their gaming skills, there is world-class Teaching and Short Game Center, available for its members. You can learn from the top PGA teaching professionals all year round and offers high-quality instruction for players of different skill levels.

Note that membership is needed to play at GlenArbor, and inquiries can be made via the official website.

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