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HOBBS HOLE GOLF COURSE


Come Out an Play!d


By Janet Evans Hinman A 76


s spring fever sets in, chilly tempera- tures give way to warm breezes and the landscape begins to bloom, our


thoughts inevitably turn once more to the great outdoors. For more than 20 years, Hobbs Hole Golf Course has been providing an exceptional golf experience, with pristine wide-open spaces and a serene hometown atmosphere. The turf


awaits; come out and play. Hobbs Hole is situated amid 218 acres of sweeping


landscapes, natural woodlands, abundant wildlife and eight ponds. Open since 1996, the 18-hole public course features 6,700 yards of golf from the longest tees, for a par of 71. The course rating is 72.4 with a slope rating of 132.


Each hole features five color-coded tees to accommodate any skill level. The facility also includes a state of the art computer system for tracking tee times and course information (with smart phone integration), a driving range, putting green, pro shop and restaurant (Fairways Bar and Grill). A Professional Golf Association survey lists the priorities


of the average golfer: a player-friendly course, a low score, brisk pace of play and reasonable fees. Troy Thorne, PGA professional at Hobbs Hole explained that these are the very attributes that make the course attractive to avid golfers. “We’re on the money with all aspects,” he said. “Our course is spacious and open, allowing for a quicker pace and lower scores, and we keep our price down. That’s what separates us from the competition,” he said. “It leads golfers to want to come back time after time.” The course takes about four hours to play, Thorne noted, and players often travel from neighboring


March/April 2017


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