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1. How does the contest work?
2. Why doesn't my password work?
3. How often are scores updated?
4. Where can I find the official rules for this contest?
5. To whom do I direct questions not answered on this page?
6. Are there prizes?

How does the contest work?
We want you to prove to us how good you really are! It's a new year and we have over $10,000 in prizes to give away. All you need to do is tell us which local course and hole is pictured below. Sounds easy right? Then give it a try. Simply submit your answer and you could win one of our many weekly prizes consisting of Greens Fees from one of our many participating courses and possibly the grand prize of a family membership to Greater Golf and One (1) 2011 adult season pass from Traditions at the Glen. Each week, for the next 18 weeks, we will feature a new course and hole. If for some reason you need a hint or clue to help you out, check back often as the hint will change throughout the week.

Why doesn't my password work?
If you're having trouble logging in try our
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How often are scores updated?
Weekly. Typically every Monday.

Where can I find the official rules for this contest?
See our
Official Rules Page.

To whom do I direct questions not answered on this page?
You can send a comment on our feedback page.

Are there prizes?
Yes, Weekly Prize: You could win one of our many weekly prizes consisting of Greens Fees and/or Dick's Sporting Goods Open passes from one of our many participating courses.

Grand Prize: A family membership to Greater Golf and One (1) 2011 adult season pass from Traditions at the Glen.

 
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This club has four nine hole courses that can be played in a variety of different eighteen hole combinations. These courses are located on a hill overlooking a scenic lake. The views from many holes are quite picturesque. Each course features one hill that must be overcome. All four courses play basically the same, except the Red Course is more open and much less wooded than the other three. In general, the fairways afford generous landing areas, and the undulating greens are average-sized. Water hazards come into play on every course except the White Course.


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