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El Paso Country Club

El Paso Country Club
After more than three quarters of a century, the El Paso Country Club - the oldest golf course in El Paso - is still one of the most-beautiful, yet demanding courses in the Sun City.

Opened in 1906, El Paso Country Club boasts a 6,781-yard, par 71 course, known for its fast greens and lush fairways. The course is primarily flat, but very demanding, as it requires a good degree of accuracy off the tee and for shots played into the greens. The course is located in the Rio Grande River Valley on the west side of El Paso.

The tournament is the home of the prestigious Western Refining College All-America Classic held each fall. Included among the alumni of the tournament are some of the greatest golfers of our age, including Tiger Woods, Davis Love III, Corey Pavin, Mark O'Meara, Curtis Strange, Steve Elkington, Justin Leonard, John Daly, David Duval and former UTEP head coach Tim Norris, who won the event in 1979.

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