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June 11, 2003
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Reviewed by: Dan Light, Shoots in the 80s, from Rochester, New York
This course is a real gem in the mountains of Northwest, Pennsylvania. We bring down around 12 guys from our school district and have an excellent time on this course. Many of the greens are deceivingly sloped which makes getting the approach shot in the right position on the green. Downhill birdie putts could spell bogey in many instances, so it can be good to play this layout for the first time with someone who knows the course. The greens are very nice, and the entire course is very well kept. There are a few blind shots on holes that have good length, so it pays to scout out carefully what trouble your ball might encounter on your next shots. Another course that is very competitive lies just down the road from Blueberry. We also try to play Cable Hollow, which lies only a few miles away.