What’s the scenery like at The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club?

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Designated an “Audubon Sanctuary,” The Golden Horseshoe Golf Club is a home not just to its three golf courses, but also 400 sprawling acres of mature woodlands and wetlands that are inhabited by herons, turtles, eagles, ground hogs, fox and deer, all of which make regular appearances during golf games. The natural arboretum isn’t lined with homes and engulfed by real estate development like most contemporary golf courses—Colonial Williamsburg maintains the grounds with stewardship to the area’s natural flora and fauna. The Green Course has a wetlands feel, surrounded by natural water features, whereas the Gold Course has a more manicured look with the sculpted terrain of bunkers and berms.

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