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Pyramids in Leicester, Mass., is a spectacular course that plays mostly through the woods, with great use of elevation. It also plays back-and-forth across a clear, picturesque stream.
The stream is visible in the center of this photo.
My brother, nephew and I played the course in August, having our own “invitational” family tournament.
During play, this lone beam of light, illuminated the tee of hole No. 4.
— Tim Johnson
- Camera: iPod Touch
- Aperture: f/2.4
- Exposure: 1/60
- Focal Length: 3.9mm
- ISO: 100