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Our prayers are with the folks in the Gulf Coast. Like you, I wish I could do more.
08/31/05 @ 20:04
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor]
With the saturation of media coverage regarding this ungodly situation in the Gulf, it would be nice if here we could get updates on the damage to the golf facilities in the region. I know golf is waaaay down the list of priorities right now, but after all, this space is supposed to be primarily for golf.
09/06/05 @ 12:24
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
Shanks -- we're working on it. Undertstandably, some courses are hard to reach. I did an update last week. look for more to come...
09/06/05 @ 12:56
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor]
Thanks, Tim. My group was already thinking about going down there next year, but now we wouldn't miss it for the world. I hope some other golfers will consider a trip to the region soon. In the wake of this devastation, I'm sure those states will need all the commerce they can get. It would be nice if you and some of the other bloggers beat the golf drum for the South.
09/07/05 @ 10:12
Comment from: Burton Bimble [Visitor]
Yeah, that's what we should worry about: the golf courses. At least you have your priorities straight.
09/07/05 @ 15:36
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor]
Apparently, I'm not the only who thought about this. This article was in today's Mobile Register about the damage to Alabama's courses:

09/08/05 @ 10:37

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