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Comment from: Ted [Visitor]
How much does it cost? Oh yeah...$125

BTW-> The only forced carries on the monster are at par-3s or approaches...the tee boxes are all straight away. The trouble off the tee is on the sides.

Oh...and why nottell people how much Atunyote costs too?...oh yeah...$175...kinda high...
08/07/05 @ 11:56
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor]
Ted,

Thanks for posting a comment. Here are my thoughts.

1) I despise "oh yeah." It's kind of cowardly, so I suggest eliminating it from your idiolect, and replacing it with something a bit more intellectual.

2) There are a few par fours and fives where you are force to go over water. If you really want, I can find out which ones and get back to you.

3) If you have to ask, you can't afford it. Golf fees are high everywhere. You either play your local muni, or you pony up once a year for the big golf trip, and don't worry about the cash. Pebble Beach is "kinda high." Harbour Town is "kinda high." Bandon is "kinda high." If it's under two bennies, it ain't "kinda high."
08/07/05 @ 22:10
Comment from: Mike B [Visitor]
"Idiolect"?, "more intellectual"?
This is golf we're talking about isn't it?
08/08/05 @ 22:13
Comment from: fast eddie [Visitor]
i'd say the prices at turning stone are more than 'kind high'. i think they're ridiculous. there are several fine courses in western new york that charge less than $100, e.g. greystone, mill creek, bristol harbour, etc.
08/09/05 @ 17:54

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