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Another Indian project for Harradine

8.00am 2nd June 2008 - Course Development

Harradine Golf has started another project in India. The construction of the Heritage Golf Course in Mysore began during the month of May.

The rolling hills, mature landscape and natural features are an ideal setting for the 18-hole, par 72, 7,400 yard long championship course, the 9 hole executive course and the generous training facilities which include a spacious driving range.

The site is an absolute gem. Meticulous planning has ensured that the magnificent environment has been enhanced and improved by laying the course in and amongst the existing features. The lush vegetation, rich soil, existing canals and various artificial lakes ensured a superb layout.

The course will undulate gently and meander through the mature trees and will provide various strategic challenges and heroic opportunities. Water hazards will be strategic and aesthetic and greens will not be tricky.

The academy will provide 60 floodlit all weather practice bays with multiple target greens, practice bunkers, putting greens and chipping areas.

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