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Mossy Oak: Gil Hanse's First Golf Course Since Olympic Success Is A Mississippi Masterpiece

Mossy Oak in Mississippi is the first U.S. course from architect Gil Hanse to open since the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Mossy Oak will wow golfers the same way the Rio course did; those in the U.S. just won't have to travel quite as far to experience Hanse's latest masterpiece.
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