St Pierre - Old Course
The Old Course at St. Pierre Country Club has been ranked one of the top 120 golf courses in the world by Golf Monthly. This famous course has hosted over a dozen European tournaments, and past winners at the Old Course include the late Seve Ballesteros, Greg Norman, and Bernhard Langer. Ken Cotton first designed the Old Course in 1961 around an 11-acre lake lined with century-old trees. A giant 400 year-old chestnut rules the second fairway, requiring a test of skill to circumvent its reach. Hole 18 is one of the finest finishing holes you are likely to play. It measures 235 yards across the edge of a lake to a raised green, requiring a precision shot to the final putt. The Old Course was remodelled in 2008 by European Golf Design architect Ross McMurray. Work included the reconstruction and repositioning of all bunkers and the construction of 18 new tee complexes, as well as significant work to improve drainage and irrigation. The 8th and 9th greens have also been rebuilt to USGA specification and the 7th hole remodelled to create a testing dogleg par 5 which is set to open in 2009.
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