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Comment from: Blair Kullman [Visitor] Email
Hey Tim...It was a pleasure playing a round with you at Belle Terre last Friday, nice back nine too. Curious, how you did on the TPC of Louisiana Saturday.

Thanks for the kind words about the city. You'd be surprised how many articles make it seem we're still under water in places. We'd love to have folks come down & see how far the city's improved, though parts like the Lower 9th Ward & St. Bernard Parish are still struggling a bit. Politics & red tape can be unbelievable.

The only courses still closed in New Orleans proper are municipal courses Bartholomew & Bayou Oaks'(City Park's three courses). Bayou Oaks had 3 to 8 feet of water for about a month and damage is estimated at 4 million. FEMA says they will only pony up $350,000 repairs but they low-ball everything.

There are some nice courses here and surrounding area. During the summer, folks can get great deals on hotel rooms. Just look around on you're favorite travel website.

And have been enjoying the TravelGolf.com site. Have been poking around while working overnight the past couple of days.

Thanks again, Tim...
-Blair
06/25/08 @ 05:44

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