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, the Baltusrol Golf Club golf course that is the site of this week's PGA Championship, is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary for its managing of its lands with concern to the environment?
golf course (pictured) around the buildings of the in Garrison Grist Mill Historic District Garrison, New York helps preserve their historic rural character?
represents over 65% of all Golf Club Managers' Association golf courses in the United Kingdom?
golf course in North America was a three-hole course built in 1868 in the village of near Sainte-Pétronille Quebec City, Canada?
three of the 18 holes at the
Powelton Club's golf course (pictured) had to be redesigned a year after they were built when the land they were on was condemned to build U.S. Route 9W?
, the world's highest and longest par 3 Extreme 19th golf hole, a tee shot takes almost 30 seconds to land?
golf course was built on the island of in the early 1910s?
Fountaingrove Lake (pictured) in Santa Rosa, California, is a habitat for the threatened Western pond turtle, and is surrounded by a championship golf course?
is the first Christina Lake, British Columbia golf course in Canada to offer black sand traps?
, called "the most impressive movie star's estate ever created," included a Harold Lloyd's Estate golf course and a 900-foot canoe stream?
, publisher of the gossip magazine Robert Harrison Confidential (cover pictured), was once arrested for allegedly taking pornographic photos at a golf course?
played on a Cullen Football Club golf course when they were first formed in 1890?
American golfer died when the plane he was travelling in crashed into a Tony Lema golf course?
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Question 1: A specialty of landscape design or ________, golf course architecture is its own field of study.
Question 2: In ________, Australia, there is a golf course that consists of nine holes dug into mounds of sand, diesel and oil, with no grass anywhere on the course.
Question 3: In the ________, opposition to golf developments has become a national issue.
Question 4: Resisting golf tourism and golf's expansion has become an objective of some land-reform movements, especially in the Philippines and ________.
Question 5: A golf course consists of a series of holes, each consisting of a teeing ground, fairway, rough and other hazards, and a green with a flagstick (pin) and cup, all designed for the game of ________.
Question 6: In ________ it is not uncommon for rural courses to have greens fenced off and sheep graze the fairways.
Question 7: At the 125-year-old Royal Colombo Golf Club in ________ steam trains, from the Kelani Valley railway, run through the course at the 6th hole.
Question 8: In ________ and elsewhere in arid regions, golf courses have been constructed on nothing more than oil-covered sand.