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Comment from: RonMon [Visitor] Email
Was it that good a course to begin with? I did not get the chance to play it. Did read about it, though, in those novels about the fictional female touring pro.
01/12/07 @ 22:02
Comment from: Eye On Golf [Visitor] Email
Yes, the course was good. A nice, old architectural layout. Fun to play, made you work the ball a little instead of just slug it. This is a perfect example of a developer not giving a rat's a.. about golf. The integrity of B&C has always been in question.
01/13/07 @ 08:23

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