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Hidden Gem of the Day: Harrison Hills Golf and Country Club in Attica, Indiana

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These aren’t the traditional “top-100” golf courses in America, or the ultra-private golf clubs you can’t get onto. These are the hidden gems; they’re accessible to the public, they cost less than $50, but they’re unique, beautiful and fun to play in their own right. We recently asked our GolfWRX Members to help us find these “hidden gems.” We’re treating this as a bucket list of golf courses to play across the country, and the world. If you have a personal favorite hidden gem, submit it here!

Today’s Hidden Gem of the Day was submitted by GolfWRX member Saluki91, who takes us to Harrison Hills Golf and Country Club in Attica, Indiana. In Saluki91’s excellent description, he covers the history of the course, as well as all of the reasons why you should visit this hidden gem.

“The original nine holes were commissioned by the Harrison family (Harrison Steel) and designed by William B. Langford.  Architecture geeks will surely know Langford…This particular track continues to inspire many of the great contemporary designers.  The 15th hole is one of the most copied designs in golf.  Taken as a whole, I believe the course is a 10/10.  When Harrison Steel commissioned Tim Liddy to add another nine, the course became an 11!   Elevation changes, superb use of native grasses as hazards, a variety of both open and tree-lined fairways, and a beautiful layout that is quite walkable if you choose… what’s not to love?”

According to Harrison Hills Golf and Country Club’s website, walking 18 holes either during the week or on the weekend costs $30, while adding a cart on any day of the week raises the price to $44.

@Dundee_Golf

@Dundee_Golf

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Check out the full forum thread here, and submit your Hidden Gem.

 

 

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Gianni is a freelance writer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Diploma in Sports Journalism. He can be contacted at gmagliocco@outlook.com. Follow him on Twitter @giancarlomag

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  1. JIM KUPCZAK

    Jan 29, 2019 at 9:44 pm

    Played it twice and loved it.

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Hidden Gem of the Day: WildHorse Golf Club in Gothenburg, Nebraska

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These aren’t the traditional “top-100” golf courses in America, or the ultra-private golf clubs you can’t get onto. These are the hidden gems; they’re accessible to the public, they cost less than $50, but they’re unique, beautiful and fun to play in their own right. We recently asked our GolfWRX Members to help us find these “hidden gems.” We’re treating this as a bucket list of golf courses to play across the country, and the world. If you have a personal favorite hidden gem, submit it here!

Today’s Hidden Gem of the Day was submitted by GolfWRX member Gizmogolf, who takes us to WildHorse Golf Club in Gothenburg, Nebraska. In Gizmogolf’s description of the course, he singles out the fast greens as being the main attraction for a visit to this track.

“Nearly as good as Sand Hills.  Less isolated just off I-80.  Best greens you’ll ever play–lightning fast.”

According to WildHorse Golf Club’s website, walking 18 holes during the week will set you back $51.50, while the rate rises to $61.50 should you want to play on the weekend.

@ericpeytongolf

@MellissaTeaches

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Hidden Gem of the Day: Cape Arundel Golf Club in Kennebunkport, Maine

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These aren’t the traditional “top-100” golf courses in America, or the ultra-private golf clubs you can’t get onto. These are the hidden gems; they’re accessible to the public, they cost less than $50, but they’re unique, beautiful and fun to play in their own right. We recently asked our GolfWRX Members to help us find these “hidden gems.” We’re treating this as a bucket list of golf courses to play across the country, and the world. If you have a personal favorite hidden gem, submit it here!

Today’s Hidden Gem of the Day was submitted by GolfWRX member gvogel, who takes us to Cape Arundel Golf Club in Kennebunkport, Maine. A Walter Travis designed course, Cape Arundel is a short links-style track, and gvogel has a good rationale as to why this place is well worth a visit.

“Cape Arundel in Kennebunkport ME is $50 before May 18 or after October 2. I would think that after October 2, this Walter Travis course would be a hidden gem. I haven’t played it, but many Presidents have. That’s good enough for me.”

Gvogel isn’t the only member who thinks this course is a hidden gem either, with fellow GolfWRX member runningdog stating

“The course is well worth the price of admission. It’s short but tight and tough.”

According to Cape Arundel Golf Club’s website, 18 holes from October-May will set you back $50, while to play after 4 pm ‘in-season’ it costs $55.

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@Capearundelgc

@searle_turf

Check out the full forum thread here, and submit your Hidden Gem.

 

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Hidden Gem of the Day: Yocha Dehe Golf Club in Brooks, California

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These aren’t the traditional “top-100” golf courses in America, or the ultra-private golf clubs you can’t get onto. These are the hidden gems; they’re accessible to the public, they cost less than $50, but they’re unique, beautiful and fun to play in their own right. We recently asked our GolfWRX Members to help us find these “hidden gems.” We’re treating this as a bucket list of golf courses to play across the country, and the world. If you have a personal favorite hidden gem, submit it here!

Today’s Hidden Gem of the Day was submitted by GolfWRX member ChanceMan, who takes us to Yocha Dehe Golf Club in Brooks, California. Yocha Dehe measures over 7,300 yards and according to ChanceMan it’s a “beautiful and interesting course”, while fellow GolfWRX member theboypinoy backs up that claim saying

“Probably my favorite course in the Sacramento area. Love playing there.”

According to Yocha Dehe Golf Club’s website, the rates for 18 holes on both weekday’s and weekends start at $39, but can rise significantly so make sure to keep an eye on Yocha Dehe’s online booking section should you want to play here.

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@UCD_MensGolf

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