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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
When you become a parent, you'll understand the "danger" thing. If it happened or could happen to my kids, it's dangerous. Since the "it" happened to Phil, it's dangerous.

Oakmont's balance would be the key to its greatness. The ditches are minor to me, while the greens are fairly common for the area (check out Fox Chapel and other, old-guard courses in the Pittsburgh area.) How is the balance in the holes (left, right, straight)? Reconvert the two par fours to par fives, and see how they play as three-shot, not two-shot, holes.

I hate metal coat hangers. They're dangerous. Nice point on the birdie fall-out. I only thought about the guys who lost out, not about the guys who just jinged up.

What low-income, inner-city part of Pittsburgh are you in these days?
06/16/07 @ 07:56
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
I'm around U-Pitt and Oakland somewhere...good amount of bums for sure.
06/16/07 @ 11:18
Comment from: Golf Goddess [Visitor] Email
A scar is all the rage these days, thanks to Harry Potter.
06/16/07 @ 11:35

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