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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Argh. I can't get the damn hotlinks to work in comments, so I'm repeating below with URLs provided. Sorry.

I agree, Tucker. I actually eagled one hole on The Bear (http://www.michigangolf.com/kiel39.htm) and just missed a second eagle putt. It's tough, but not unfair.

Faulkwood Shores (http://www.michigangolf.com/reviews/faulkwood1.htm) I found to be disappointing in lots of ways, and difficult partly because of poor, inconsistent conditioning. I call that sort of difficulty just plain unfair.
02/12/07 @ 13:32
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor] Email
Many people find Tucker as disappointing as Kiel found Faulkwood Shores, but that's a battle for another time.

GD (great acronym, huh?) missed wide right when they selected Concord's Monster over Turning Stone's Atunyote.

I have no unsexy picks...Saratoga National in Saratoga Springs, NY, is the toughest one from 2007 for me. Actually, anything Roger Rulewich designs usually gets the best of me.
02/12/07 @ 22:25

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