Golf Tip of Week showcases Foxchase signature hole

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LANCASTER COUNTY – It’s one of the most picturesque holes at Foxchase Golf Club in Stevens but the Par 3 8th hole will bite you if you’re not careful. Over 12,000 balls a year end up in the water surrounding the green. The length of the hole varies from 100 yards at the front tee to 200 yards at the tips.

"3 is a really good score on this hole," insists Foxchase President Steve Graybill. "It's a beautiful hole with the pond. It's just a really pretty setting and that's why it is our signature hole."

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