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Comment from: Gary [Visitor] Email
Another fantastic show Dave!

Korea sounds like fun, but it's a little off my commute. The Rockies are definitely on my to do list thanks to you.

So glad I found your podcast!
2009-10-16 @ 08:19
Comment from: Bed and Breakfasts [Visitor] Email
I've played a number of Korean courses from my time doing business there. I'd have to say that though the amenities (club house, pro shop etc.) were not always as polished as their Japanese or Western counterparts, the courses themselves were always impeccable and challenging. It took not much effort to let my hosts win more often than not!
2009-11-18 @ 06:22

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