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A bunker near the green on Prairie Dunes hole number 1.
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Travis Heying / The Wichita Eagle
The green on Prairie Dunes number 1, looking back towards the tee.
Prairie Dunes number 3 features a long tee box that slopes down to the fairway and green.
The Fairway on Prairie Dunes number 3 bends to the left as it approaches the green.
Like hole 2, Prairie Dunes number 4 is a short par three that features a steep climb to the green.
Seen from the tee box, Prairie Dunes no. 5 is one of the longest, straightest holes on the course.
Seen from the tee box, Prairie Dunes number 5 is one of the longest, straightest holes on the course.
A bunker against the green on Prairie Dunes number 5.
The tee box on Prairie Dunes number 6 puts you at one of the highest elevations on the course. The fairway makes a quick drop from the tee.
The fairway on Prairie Dunes number 6.
Prairie Dunes' number 7 is much flatter than most holes on the course.
Prairie Dunes' number 8's trademark is it's rolling fairway that ends with a sharp bend to the right.
Miss the fairway on Prairie Dunes number 9 and you might find yourself in the gunch.
Most would agree that the biggest challenge of the Prairie Dunes' Par 3 number 10 is the deep bunker situated just before the green.
It's evident upon stepping up to the tee what makes Prairie Dunes number 11 unique. It's the only hole that has any water near it.
The fairway on Prairie Dunes number 12 features a narrow corridor of cottonwoods just before the green.
Prairie Dunes 14 has some of the most breathtaking scenery on the course. The green is surrounded by a wall of cottonwoods.
Prairie Dunes number 15 is another par three that shoots uphill. It begins with a thick corridor of cottonwoods at the tee.
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