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Players in the Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championships will be tested by a classic Donald Ross-designed golf course, constructed in 1915 and renovated in 2003 by golf architect Ron Prichard.

The course offers strategic challenges that will challenge every aspect of a player’s game, with broad fairways that pinch to doglegs, some greens with open run-ups, others with false fronts, and all greens with contours offering multiple options for pin placements. Solidly struck shots to the hearts of the greens are rewarded, but shots to the edges of greens may run off to collection areas or the front of greens, where golfers are faced with one of the game’s timeless dilemmas: to chip or putt.

Donald Ross crafted a course that requires golfers to gauge the ideal playing angles off the tee and to assess the risk-or-reward of each stroke. Players will learn to be alert to the changing winds off Lake Michigan, one mile to the east, which may shift directions, two or three times during a round.

Players — and spectators — will experience visually interesting holes, a mix of short par fours and uphill ones that seem like par fives, of lakes and long grasses, of holes that require creative shot making, and a course routing with a natural flow — one hole to another — over both wooded and open terrain.

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