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Comment from: David [Visitor]
Desert Pines in Vegas is your #1 must-play, really? The golf course is in the 'hood and you need a hard hat out there on busy days because every fairway is on top of another. Southshore, Cascata, Dragon Ridge and TPC are head and shoulders better than DP... I hope you were compensated well to write that.
12/16/11 @ 15:42
Comment from: Katharine [Member] Email
Re: Desert Pines...guess MP liked it for the price, the proximity and the pals he played with. Must have had a good day. We're talking mancations here from a young guy's perspective. That's obviously HIS fantasy, not yours. But appreciate your input.

12/18/11 @ 05:55

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