CLIO

GPS: 38.475, -81.340
ELEVATION: 981 Feet

Clio is a residential area where State Highway 119 crosses Amma Road (County Route 59). The forested area is mountainous with access to Interstate 79 Exit 25 less than 10 miles away.

Sandy Brae, designed by Edmond Ault and built in 1969, is an 18-hole par 69 public golf course with a putting green, pro shop and snack bar. It is owned by a partnership of four men living in West Virginia who all love to golf. “Sandy Brae is one of the top three golf courses in Central West Virginia,” says golfer Larry Ledsome of Putnam County. “I golf all over the state and this is one of my favorite courses.”

At Sandy Brae’s customer service counter visitors are greeted with a smile by Carolyn Wooddell. “I like working here,” Ms. Wooddell explains. “It’s a park-like setting and I meet many nice and interesting people.” For more information about Sandy Brae Golf Course call 304-965-6800.

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Friends are enjoying a day of golfing at Sandy Brae Golf Course.

Friends are enjoying a day of golfing at
Sandy Brae Golf Course.

This golfer practices putting at Sandy Brae Golf Course.

This golfer practices putting at
Sandy Brae Golf Course.

Wildlife, such as this turtle, includes deer, turkey, squirrels, and groundhogs.

Wildlife, such as this turtle, includes deer,
turkey, squirrels, and groundhogs.

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Homes in Clio, West Virginia

Homes in Clio, West Virginia

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