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Comment from: Jay [Visitor]
That's like giving a starving man a menu. Try Bethpage Black in the NE, anything by Mike Strantz in the SE, Arcadia Shores and Hawktree in the MW (where there's a TON of great value golf), and Pumpkin Ridge, Coeur D'Alene and Bandon Dunes in the west.
2005-06-07 @ 18:46
Comment from: gary slatter [Visitor]
Sometimes higher rates are deemed necessary. Teaching pros have to increase their lesson prices to become ranked, same as courses have to raise their rates to attract golfers. A Ralph Lauren shirt without the polo player is just a cheap imported shirt that won't sell.
2005-06-09 @ 11:17
Comment from: Herman Freedman [Visitor]
While there many good courses are at the upper range, there many good at the lower too. Hollybrook is one of these. Residents play for free. Thats right No Green Fees. A fine par 72, U.S.G.A. is theirs. Elevated greens stop roll up. Your ball has to go high and drop.
2005-06-12 @ 16:23

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