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Comment from: Mike Lednovich [Visitor]
Tim:
I grew up and played golf in Ft. Lauderdale. Be sure to check out Rolling Hills in Davie. It's the course where they filmed Caddy Shack. With lots of trees and subtle hills, it reminds you of a northern course. Be sure to check it out.
07/25/05 @ 20:11
Comment from: Michael Walsh [Visitor]
I'm taking a vacation to Vail, Colorado. Do you have any suggestions on nice golf courses in the area?
07/26/05 @ 10:40
Comment from: Carolyn [Visitor]
I have lived in Ft. Lauderdale since 1973 and can tell you that Rolling Hills does not exist as it once did. The almighty Mr. Wayne Huizenga bought the course and turned it into a very expensive totally private course called Grand Oaks. Yes, Caddyshack was filmed at Rolling Hills and is a pure classic. Other courses to play in Ft. Lauderdale: Jacaranda, Emerald Hills, Hillcrest, TPC at Heron Bay in Coral Springs, and try out the new course in Parkland, Fl (near Coral Springs); soon to be private, but with new development of million dollar homes, you can get onto the course by visiting the Sales Center. It is absolutely gorgeous, nothing like it here in So.FL and designed by Greg Norman.
08/14/05 @ 19:11

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