The beauty of New England golf, hanging around Naples, and music to swing to
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“The golf at this time of year is wonderful,” says Montesano. “It’s quiet time. Not as many golfers are out, and it’s just a peaceful time to be on the golf course.”
“If you go to Naples and want to golf at a decent course, you’re going to pay some money,” says McDonald. “The resorts themselves are expensive, everything is expensive. You can barely find a fast food restaurant, it’s just geared toward the well-heeled resort guest.”
And Berner has also scoured the web in search of the soundtrack to the golf game and found a new CD by Leroy Smith called “I hate this game".
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I am retired and a budget golfer, thought courses would be expensive (like Southern Calif. where I live.)
Boy was I wrong. Sure there are some high priced courses but most are in the $40 dollar range, including cart.
All publics were better than most privates here and the eating is Southern Fried Cuisine. I plan to relocate there when my wife retires and die happy on a lush, tree lined course , or maybe a fried seafood buffet.
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