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Sequoyah National

Owned by the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians, Sequoyah National is set amongst the natural landscape of the Great Smoky Mountains. Managed by ClubCorp and Sequoia Golf, Sequoyah National is back on top as one of the most sought after stay & play locations in the Carolinas. This par 72 Robert Trent Jones II course, measures 6,600 yards and features immaculately groomed bent grass greens with bluegrass fairways. Located just 4 miles from Harrah's Cherokee Casino, a trip to Sequoyah National o...

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Travel Destination - Hayward Wisconsin

LCO Casino and Big Fish Golf Club

Whether you're in the area to enjoy a great gaming experience, world-class events, or top-name entertainment, LCO Lodge is a great place to spend the night.

Now partnered with Big Fish Golf Club for Stay and Play packages. A great combo of golf and gaming!


Hotel stay for two. One night double occupancy. Two rounds (18 holes) of golf. Casino coupons good towards buffet, table game matchplay, bingo, and coin.

*Golf Packages will vary during Special Events and Holidays.
*Standard or Handicap rooms only, Suites are not included.

Starting at $199 per person.

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Travel Destination - Northeastern Michigan

Lakeview Hills Golf Resort

Lakeview Hills is a glorious golf resort, with not one, but two courses. A mile from Lake Huron; spectacular views of one of Michigan's Great Lakes can be seen off several greens & tees, and were only 90 minutes from downtown Detroit. Whether a weekend getaway, golf outing, or fundraiser, Lakeview Hills and its many amenities are here to serve you.

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