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Litchfield Country Club

Litchfield Country Club

Built with some southern charm, Litchfield Country Club is not dissimilar from some golf clubs you would play down in Georgia or Alabama. The course itself was built in 1966 on the site of an old rice plantation. Willard Byrd designed this course to challenge golfers of all levels and with several upgrades since that inaugural round, the course continues to challenge every golfer that tees it up here. The signature hole is clearly the par 4 18th that forces players to navigate a tight dog-leg right to avoid a massive water hazard just off the fairway to the left. With tight tree-lined fairways, this course rewards accurate players more so than length, especially since the course only plays at just over 6600 yards.

• Bar
• Chipping Area
• Driving Range
• Practice Bunker
• Putting Green
• Restaurant
• Showers
• Snack Shop
• Teaching Pro
• Water Hazards

Par: 72
Slope: 130
Yardage: 6,752
USGA: 72.6

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