Vermont Golf Courses Recover After Hurricane Irene

1 of 10 Before: F.X. Flinn; After: Ken Lacasse
Hurricane Irene was the worst storm to hit Vermont in more than eight decades. One year later, the storm's scars are visible, but the state's golf courses have experienced a remarkable recovery. Here are some before and after photos from The Quechee Club's two courses, Lakeland and Highland. Shown above is a bridge that connects the two courses. More: Read the story on Vermont's recovery by Golf Magazine's Tom Mackin.
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No. 2 at the Lakeland from the fairway.
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Lakeland No. 4 from the tee box.
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Lakeland No. 4 from the green.
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Lakeland No. 9 from the green.
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Lakeland No. 10 from the red tees.
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Lakeland No. 14 from the fairway.
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Highland No. 1 from the green.
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Highland No. 8 from the forward tees.
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Highland No. 8 from the men's tees