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About Shoreland Country Club
This 18-hole golf course offers a challenging round of golf for experienced golfers and novices alike. Don't let the shorter-than-average yardage fool you. It may only have a par of 69, but with 7 par 3's ranging from 110 yards to 215 yards long, Shoreland makes things interesting for everyone. Shoreland also offers affordable rates for every class of golfer, whether just coming out for the day or joining for the season. Shoreland has a practice facility, a pro shop, and a clubhouse with year-round restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Click Here for our Rules and Regulations of the Club. Call our Pro Shop for information on having us host your next golf outing. The staff at Shoreland Country Club can accommodate your company, charity or family golf outing no matter the size. Email email@example.com or call (507) 931-4400 Ext 1 to get more information.
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