» Button Hole Celebrates 10th Anniversary
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Button Hole hits 10-year mark
By PAUL KENYON
Journal Sports Writer
PROVIDENCE — Like most 10-year-olds, the Button Hole Short Course and Teaching Center is still growing. It is still experimenting with new ideas, still getting involved in new projects, always looking to try something new and improved.
Unlike most 10-year-olds, there is a method to the madness that goes on at the facility every day. The former 26-acre gravel pit on the Providence-Johnston line long since has proven to be one of the most successful initiatives in Rhode Island, not just in golf, but in any area