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Comment from: Cary [Visitor]
Jennifer,
While in the Wailea area, did you happen to play the Makena courses. At one time they were known to have the fastest greens in the state. Not sure about now though.
08/26/05 @ 18:00
Comment from: sean [Visitor]
I was in Hawaii last October 04 and played ka'anapali on maui what did you think of that course ? Golfonline gave it 2.5 out of 5 I'm not a great player but i thought the course was amazing.Or was i just takin in by the beauty of maui?
10/11/05 @ 19:42

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