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Comment from: Eye On Golf [Visitor] Email
BT, many years ago, I was fortunate to play Caledonia before it even opened to the public. It was a cold December day, but it made no difference. It was one of those rare golfing experiences of a lifetime. There was something to remwmber about every hole.

Enjoy your time in MB. I spent many years there.
02/17/07 @ 08:39
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor] Email
Strantz is similar to Jonathan Larson, of RENT fame...died far too young, with far too much revolutionary talent. Unlike Larson, we have a little more from Strantz.

I played True Blue last Summer, and bragged about it until my friends left. I did not get to play Caledonia, and anticipate a return one day. Try to play TB, and let us know what your comparison/contrast would be.
02/17/07 @ 12:02

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