i caddied at radnor valley from 1976 to 1986. it is a very challenging course with some holes that are as tough as any of the chamiponship courses in the area. the first hole is a par 5. the driving area is very narrow with water on both sides. the second shot is uphill to a green guarded by trees and traps. the green is shallow and wide, allowing several tough pin placements. this is the only course where i have worked or played where the first hole is the number one handicap hole. the eighth hole is a par 4 dogleg left , long players need to hit an iron off the tee to avoid water to the right. the second shot is to a narrow green into the prevailing wind. the 14th is a long par 4 with the tee set back in trees to a fairway that slants left to right, leaving a tough shot to a small green. the seventeenth is the toughest par 3, 175 yards uphill to a two tier green. the course hosts many corporate outings in the summer, and if you get a chance to play there, dont pass it up.
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