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Comment from: James [Visitor]
I knew Eddy. He and I started a brush fire along highway 90 about 25 years ago. We were driving a broke up Olds 98 that Eddy had stolen from a farmer the day before. We blew a head gasket doing about 85 and Eddy jerked the wheel towards the ditch, but instead we tore off through a picnic area. Once we settled down, I told Ed to open up the trunk and get me some tools. He found a gallon can of kerosene, stuck a kerchief in the spout, then lit it with his cigar. When that thing went off it nearly burnt up the back end of that 98. Me and Ed took off running I haven't heard about Ed until just now. I didn't know he was dead, much less got into the golf business.
04/17/06 @ 13:21
Comment from: James [Visitor]
Eddie and I tripped on some really great acid at Woodstock. He told me that he loved to "trip" when designing the golf courses. I didn't know he was dead either.
04/18/06 @ 12:20
Comment from: Pat [Visitor]
EDDIE'S DEAD???!!!
Dear God, no one TOLD ME!!!!
Now what will we do???
(Has anyone told his brother, Buddy??)

And if Jimmy is interested, I have a lead on a '64 Mercury Comet, V8, swimming pool turquoise, low miles, pretty good shape for its age, has a bent 9 iron in the trunk, used only once on a snake.
Hey, wait--wouldn't need that in Ireland...never mind.
04/18/06 @ 17:04
Comment from: kbbrickenden [Visitor]
dear sir or mam in late 1960 i was a caddy at the st georges golf and country club in toronto and was at the canadian open there i moved on the last day and never found out who won now that i am 50 i would like to know of the last 4 arn palm jack nic and cant remember who else can you tell me the info ihave been a golf nut better cady than player ha ha thankyou for your time and keep on swinging
04/21/06 @ 17:28

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