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Posted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 5:00 pm

This week's Dream 18 is #8 Gleneagles at Waterford Golf Club.

It is located at 1454 Gleneagles Drive, Venice, FL 34292.

This hole is a Par 4. Length: white tees 297, green tees 264, blue tees 323, red tees 222 yards.

#8 Gleneagles is a very popular hole at Waterford Golf Club. For many years the green was located straight up the hill on the left; however, last year we moved the green back to its original location. Now you have the challenge of hitting a good tee shot and then following it up with a 2nd shot over the water to the right into a tight green. It is challenging, yet very player friendly, it is a hole you must play to appreciate and enjoy.

Waterford Hole 8
Waterford Hole 8
Waterford Gold Club

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