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Directions to Duke Golf Center:

From RDU Airport (and Points East)

1. Exit the Airport on Westbound I-40
2. After 4 miles, merge on to NC-147N towards
Durham/Downtown. Exit No. 279B
3. After 8.5 miles, exit Chapel Hill Street. Exit No. 13
4. Chapel Hill Street becomes Duke University Road
5. Proceed to dead end, turn right on HW 751
6. At next stop light (Science Drive), turn left into golf course.

From points north traveling on S I-85
1. Exit 15-501 Bypass South
2. On 15-501, Exit at HW 751, turn left at the light.
3. Proceed to third light (Science Dr.) and turn right into course.

From points south traveling on N I-85
1. Exit on HW 751, Exit No. 170
2. Turn right at first light.
3. Go three miles and at the fourth light, turn right on Science Drive into golf course.

Duke Golf Club Map

The Duke University golf team plays at the second-ranked university golf course in the nation. In August of 2005, the already-impressive facilities at the Duke University Golf Club took another step towards becoming the best in the NCAA. Duke recently unveiled the Karcher-Ingram Golf Center, which features coaches' offices, men's and women's locker rooms, a club-repair room, a trophy room, lounge, library/study area and a state-of-the-art indoor training and practice facility, complete with indoor putting surfaces, training aides and video analysis systems.

The Blue Devils also have new practice facilities - the Rod Myers Training Center. It includes a short-game area designed exclusively for the Duke golf teams where players can practice any shot inside 110 yards. The short-game area includes sand and grass bunkers, uneven lies, a practice fairway bunker, a target green for wedge shots, a pitching green and an expansive putting green. The chipping and putting zones feature greens with the two most common styles of grass so that the team members can prepare for the playing surface of each approaching tournament.

The facility also includes new grass practice tees for full-swing hitting out to 350 yards and target greens designed exclusively for the Blue Devils. The hitting area was created to give Duke players the ability to hit a full range of golf shots by providing three separate sections and angles to drive from as well as hit approach shots.

In addition a Video Analysis Building, which features three heated indoor hitting stations, was completed in September of 2006. The building is equipped with the latest in technological training aids, including a V1 Video Analysis system and a TrackMan ball flight monitor.

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