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A Foursome of Golf at Lake Isle Country Club in Eastchester, New York

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Enjoy a Foursome of Golf at Lake Isle Country Club in Eastchester, New York during the 2013 season! Lake Isle offers you a challenging 18-hole championship golf course for you to enjoy. Designed by architect Devereax Emmet, who has designed well-regarded golf courses throughout the world, this is a stunning course for any golf fan.
Donated by: A friend of HHREC
Additional lot details
  • Valid for 4 people. Carts included. Expires after the 2013 Golf season and valid for play after 1 pm on weekends and after 9am on weekdays.
  • Based upon availability at the donor's discretion.
  • Blackout dates may apply.
  • Travel and accommodations are not included.
  • Lot #326206
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A Foursome of Golf at Lake Isle Country Club in Eastchester, New York

Tue, 11 Dec 2012 12:26:00 PM EST
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