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Island greens: Where rounds of golf go pear-shaped

<strong>17th hole at Apple Tree Resort, Yakima, Washington. </strong>There are nine raised tee boxes (ranging from 106-180 yards) from which to launch your ball towards this extraordinary-looking green, which is shaped like the "Washington Delicious" apple variety. It is accessed via a bridge positioned to look like a giant stalk, while a leaf-shaped bunker at the back will catch those who overclub and stop their round from going completely pear-shaped. <!-- -->
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17th hole at Apple Tree Resort, Yakima, Washington. There are nine raised tee boxes (ranging from 106-180 yards) from which to launch your ball towards this extraordinary-looking green, which is shaped like the "Washington Delicious" apple variety. It is accessed via a bridge positioned to look like a giant stalk, while a leaf-shaped bunker at the back will catch those who overclub and stop their round from going completely pear-shaped.