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Comment from: John [Visitor] Email
The real joke here is leaving out Chambers Bay because "it is a 100 miles from the ocean". Chambers is on Puget Sound, which is part of the Pacific Ocean. These east coast idiots are just pandering to Bandon, look at the list of people who gave advice... Chambers is taking business from Bandon and is better than Bandon and they don't like it.
11/16/10 @ 12:57
Comment from: Jason Deegan [Visitor] Email
I agree with you. Chambers should have been included, but was slighted for a technicality. Conversely, I was surprised Seapoint in Ireland was included. It has some fantastic links holes, but not enough to be considered a 'true" links all the way through.
11/17/10 @ 08:05
Comment from: David Worley [Visitor]
I f you want to read THE definitive book encompassing every links course in UK and Ireland then 'Another Journey through the Links' (Aurum Press 2010) is easily the best.
06/30/11 @ 23:58

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