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Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor]
CHRIS,
THE TRUTH IS YOU CAN'T AFFORD A HOUSE ON A GOLF COURSE. GET A LIFE!
2006-01-03 @ 21:09
Comment from: Ziggy [Visitor]
Many of the golf course homeowners in this town have resorted to putting gigantic nets up at the rear of their back yards to prevent golf balls from flying in. Its a huuuge eyesore.
2006-01-07 @ 18:54
Comment from: golfslo [Visitor]
Thanks for saying what we all feel! Unfortunately, in California the only ecomomically feasible way to put in a new golf course these days is to include real estate. In fact, golf courses are built primarily to sell homes, with less emphasis on being played. I've found that only about 30% of these golf community homeowners even play golf - they just want a golf course for a backyard.

Anyway, the law sides with your opinion too. It's the homeowners responsibility to fix those broken windows - not the golfers!
2006-01-10 @ 20:05
Comment from: Joe [Visitor]
>>The next time some homeowner walks out his patio door and glares at your group when there’s a slight rustle near his house? Fire one off his roof and let out a nonchalant, “My bad, buddy.”

Comments like that confirm that you are an irresponsible idiot.
2006-05-15 @ 00:29

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Simply select where you want to play, find a tee time deal, and golf now!

Dates: January 1, 2014 - October 19, 2014
The lodge is a 16-room facility just steps away from the clubhouse. It features 12 rooms on the first floor and a pair of two-bedroom suites upstairs. Six of the standard rooms and both suites overlook the first tee and feature a patio.
Price range: $429