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Comment from: Joachim [Visitor] Email
I have never been on a golf trip. Maybe I will have one next year! Thanks you for your blog!
Regards
Joe
2006-12-11 @ 03:39
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Made the 8 hour drive from Wash DC many, many times. You're absolutely right about the car rental factor. And considering the time involved in the whole airport experience nowadays, I'd save only a few hours each way. But anymore, my guys prefer to hit the Pinehurst area. Besides the phenomenal golf (not just the Pinehurst resort either) it's 2.5 hours closer, making it easier to drive and play on the arrival and departure days.
2006-12-11 @ 15:22

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