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Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Playing a replica of "Amen Corner" would certainly qualify as "original and unique" to ME...since I rather doubt I'll be invited to Augusta anytime soon. Living in St Pete, I make the trip up to Ocala at least once a quarter to play the course - and it ALWAYS seems new and exciting, even after 6 or 8 rounds.
12/06/07 @ 14:23
Comment from: Charles Terjesen [Visitor] Email
I played the Ocala course with a weekend travel league. Took first place in my flight and also won a greenie.

I enjoyed playing with you at "Rainbow Springs Golf & Country Club" in Dunnellon. When are you going to write the article ??

A brand new club a mile away is "Julliette Falls" a georgous course recently had a pro-am. You'd really enjoy this course. For a flyover go to www.julliettefalls.com
01/12/08 @ 17:00

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