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Best new private golf courses

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Friday, February 01, 2008

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Best new private golf courses

AS RATED BY GOLF DIGEST, JANUARY 2008

SEBONACK

Southampton, N.Y.
STATS: Yards 7,481; Par 72
Designers: Jack Nicklaus and Tom Doak
Initiation Fee: $650,000 plus
www.sebonack.com

SNAKE RIVER SPORTING COURSE
Jackson Hole, Wyo.
STATS: Yards 7,533; Par 72
Designer: Tom Weiskopf
Fee: $150,000
www.snakeriversportingclub.com

MOUNTAINTOP GOLF & LAKE
Cashiers, N.C.
STATS: Yards 7,127; Par 70
Designer: Tom Fazio
Fee: $100,000
www.mountaintopgolfclub.com

PRONGHORN (TOM FAZIO CSE.) Bend (pictured above)
STATS: Yards 7,447; Par 72
Designer: Tom Fazio
Fee: $100,000
www.pronghornclub.com

BAYONNE
Bayonne, N.J.
STATS: Yards 7,120; Par 71
Designer: Eric Bergstol
Fee: $200,000
www.bayonnegolfclub.com


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