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Comment from: Carol White [Visitor]
Been all the places you mentioned except PA. All great courses. If you loved Bandon Dunes and get back to Oregon, you must give Sandpines (north of BD) and Salmon Run (south of BD) a try. Two challenging and scenic Oregon courses that will make you want more -- Just head for central Oregon and a bevy of beautiful courses there.

We are working on playing every course in the state. We are about 2/3 of the way done. We know Oregon courses and have played all over this great country, as well as Ireland and Scotland.

Keep on swinging.
12/09/05 @ 20:38
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
My idea of a golfer! Although my brother graduated from UO law school in Eugene, this was my first trip to the Bandon state. I have a blast, even if my Spring phone was dead along the coast. Good luck on your quest. Set up that PA road trip, too. Maybe we'll cross paths.
12/10/05 @ 18:06

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