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Our 18 hole course is challenging and the scenery is breathtaking. Nature and golf course become one as fairways and greens fit seamlessly into the backdrop of the Adirondacks.

After playing a round, you will understand why it is called Top of the World.

Course is open to the public and in superb condition!

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