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Comment from: Ronald S. Montesano [Visitor]
#1-What the heck is Kasino talking about? Did he respond to the wrong blog?

#2-In the Buffalo area, we have golf domes. They are obviously not the real thing, but they beat the option of hitting balls into a wall. They also have chipping/putting greens, and often, a putting course. When the wind and snow are howling outside, the sanctuary of the dome (usually 90 yards deep and sand wedge height tall) is a sanctum for the dedicated golfer. In addition, the domes replace their golf balls every two years, so the cracked range ball never makes it into the bucket. I don't know where Maestro Scott spends his winters, but if he toughed it out in upstate New York, the dome would be his home away from home.
2005-05-28 @ 22:30
Comment from: Pierre Bourque [Visitor]
You guys need to get with new millenium. Golf simulators have come a long way. Check out aboutgolf.com and hope that someone opens in your area with a bunch of these and you will have the best winters you ever had.
2006-04-20 @ 21:16

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