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Four Mile Ranch Golf Club, designed by award-winning Colorado architect Jim Engh, was once a 1,640-acre working cattle ranch. Today, it's a 7,053-yard moonscape beauty loaded with blind shots inspired by Lahinch Golf Club in Ireland -- one of Engh's favorite spots to worship the game. Playing Four Mile Ranch could be the most fun you will have on a golf course in southern Colorado, David R. Holland writes.
One of Jim Engh's main goals in designing Four Mile Ranch Golf Club was to replicate the pirouette-prompting views found on the top courses in Ireland. He's quite happy with his efforts. "Everywhere you turn at Four Mile Ranch you see something that interests you," Engh said. The result may be an idiosyncratic mishmash - but all in all, this is fun golf.
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