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The Sagamore: Golf's Adirondack Retreat Picture Scotsman Donald Ross, the great tournament player and course architect, who, it's been said, turned golf course design from an engineering job into an art form, musing about his next design challenge, circa 1928, at the Sagamore Hotel in Upstate New York. His task? To create a course befitting American royalty: those masters of the universe who had made their fortunes in the early 1900s and would traipse up to this resort area on Lake George

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