Change is common in our daily lives, some change is good and some changes are deemed unnecessary.

Not all of us embrace change at work, at home, or in our hobbies.

However, many area golfers will now enjoy the finishing holes of the Crooked Tree Golf Course this summer, the changes were both good and necessary.

The Arthur Hills' redesign of the final three holes just opened for play last week, and so far to good reviews.

In years past the beauty of the par-3 No. 15 at Crooked Tree overlooking Bay Harbor was quickly erased with the dread of trying to play the final three holes.

The 389-yard par 4 No. 16 offered a downhill second shot or a long layup at the base of the pillared green. Either way, a large maple…

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