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There is always something nostalgic and calming about traditional courses with retro-vibe and playing corridors interconnecting and merging one another on a vast layout surrounded by trees – and this is exactly what the St George’s Golf and Country Club offers to its members.

The course at St George is a classical 18-hole layout with lots of small well-maintained greens, well-defined bunkers and firm fairways – signature elements of Devereux Emmet, which were later renovated and restored by Gil Hanse, who kept to the original design. And perhaps this is exactly the reason why Golfweek magazine placed St. George’s on the top of its 100 Classic courses list.

With a total length of 6232 yards, it has a slope of 128 and a rating of 70.4. The golfing season starts in early March and ends in late December, so members have almost a full year of golfing at their disposal. There are not a lot of teaching facilities, though: a driving range is available and lessons can be requested from teaching professionals, but that’s about it.

Membership inquiries can be made on the official website by submitting the designated form. Aside from golfing, members are allowed to enjoy social activities at the clubhouse, where everyone is treated like a “celebrity”.

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