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Silver Springs Golf Club
Canada

Imagine the traditions of a premier golf club only fifteen minutes from the heart of downtown. A place where deer, coyotes, hawks and owls still call home. Opened in 1971, Silver Springs Golf & Country Club is a true testament of how the environment and development can co-exist in peaceful harmony. Silver Springs offers a range of dining options, fully stocked Pro Shop, driving range, practice green, private lessons, clinics, a junior golf program, leagues and a full Members event schedule.

http://www.silverspringsgolfclub.com/

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Chargée: 07/07/2011
Mis à jour: 03/07/2014
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Tags: golf; calgary; banquet; weddings; outdoors; people; sports; alberta
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