We continue our tour of Woodruff by visiting the Woodruff Country Club, which plays host to minor PGA events on the way from Augusta, GA; which hosts the Masters Tournament. This CC is surrounded by multi-million dollar homes and a very prestigious high school. This is the most expensive part of Woodruff New Town.
As we drive north, over I-85, we come across the Greenville County Mormon Temple, which is one of the largest Mormon temples in the Greenvile metro area, and is an exact replica of the Mormon Temple in San Diego, CA.
Further east we come across a Rugby Pitch (I think this is the proper term, please let me know if this is in-correct). This Rugby Pitch plays host to the Greenville All Blacks Rugby team, which plays homage to the New Zealand All Blacks.
As we head closer to Spartanburg, we come across some evidence of heavy industry and agriculture, the first picture is in what is now a residential area; and many decades ago was a large landfill, which has since been taken over by the forest.
Just across I-85, we come across some industrial farming. Unlike the many family farms in the region, these farms were built to provide food to major international food corporations such as Kellogs, Kraft, Unilever, etc.
Please let me know what you think and I hope you enjoyed your brief tour of Woodruff!