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fresh-baked cookies come compli- mentary and staffers greet you with hot towels at the close of your round. Unlike a lot of modern layouts,


CordeValle is walking-friendly. Cad- dies are required, and you’ll want one anyway. They help you read the canted Redan-style green on the long par-three 12th, and gauge the risk- rewards on the short and sometimes drivable par-four seventh. For the U.S. Women’s Open, the


front-nine routing will be tweaked to meet the demands of the television network coverage, but the back-nine will be left untouched, right down to the entertaining par-5 fi nale, which is reachable in two but water-guarded. From start to fi nish, the action


will unfold on a course unblemished by corporate tents; the existing resort amenities are room enough for hospi- tality. Once play begins, look for fi rm, fast fairways and stress test greens, a championship setup on a track well- suited for one. No matter who hoists the trophy at the week’s end, it’s shaping up to be a win for CordeValle.


JOSH SENS is a contributing editor for GOLF Magazine who writes out of his home in Oakland.


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