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Player Unveils New Course In Greenville County

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TRAVELERS REST, S.C. - Three-time Masters champion Gary Player held the grand opening for the Cliffs at Mountain Park golf course near Travelers Rest Friday morning.

Player, who's designed more than 300 courses worldwide, completed the project after seven years, an effort hampered in part due to an ownership change within the Cliffs organization.

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