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It's got a little more elevation and a little more variety, with some tight wooded shots, some park style holes, a water shot and a few more open shots on the sled hill. LL Gold is a tight wooded course, it's got a lot of great lines to hit but not as much elevation or variety in scenery. Silver is a shortened version of gold, similar tight lines but lots of reachable holes off the tee.
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Old 01-30-2013, 12:41 PM
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Foundation Park in Centralia Illinois was easily one of my top 5 courses EVER
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Foundation Park in Centralia Illinois was easily one of my top 5 courses EVER
Great course, but not at all on his way for this trip.
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