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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
RonMon, I can't believe that you didn't bring up abortion, gender equality, or metrosexuality when you wrote this blog. You're losing your touch, man.
06/07/06 @ 13:51
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
St. Andrews is the only place in the world where a championship track built in the 1890's could be called the New Course. I have played both the New & Old Courses and here's a little secret: the New Course is tougher. There are none of the double fairways or greens but there is 2 or 3 times as much gorse.

Playing the Old Course is a magical experience, so unique that I can't even explain it. The New Course will never hold the Open Championship because of the history, but it's definitely worth a go.
06/09/06 @ 10:01

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