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Comment from: Matt M [Visitor] Email
First off I want to say I enjoy your show. The show you had on Monday on golf in Ohio, normally you interviews are well thought out and well done. T R Massey was a triple bogey, he had the opertunity to talk about some of the great places to play and didn't. Murfield is amazing so are the other Columbus course but if your trying to come play golf in this state good luck, your probably not getting on there. His inter interview was focused on private courses in columbus. The only thing he could name from Toledo was Innverness, you mentioned Quall Hollow where the Nationwide Tour use to play. They now play at an unvelievable course called and rated top 100 StoneWater. Avalon Lakes golf course is a Pete Dye resort course in northeast Ohio is Rated I believe 57 on top 100 public course. Longenberger is another top 100 course. All of these courses can be played by any one driving through with an little preperation. I was just very disappointed with the interview it didnt mention any of the great course most people can play. As far as T R Massey he must not play anywhere other than Columbus. I can go on and on with course after course that is championship caliber and open to public.
2007-05-01 @ 12:09

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