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Comment from: golfer1 [Visitor]
dude, you're a golf blog. what the hell do you know about football at all, let alone these 2 teams? suck it. way to try to scrape up traffic with something people actually might care about. as opposed to your lame little golfing blog. have fun with your putts.
09/14/07 @ 19:32
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
There's one excellent public course close to Notre Dame, called Blackthorn. One of the cool features is a warm-up hole--a short par 4 that you play first, before you get to the real course. I have always thought that was an excellent idea.

Oh, golfer1: No one cares about Notre Dame football any more than you appear to care about punctuation or capitalization.
09/14/07 @ 21:24
Comment from: Joe [Visitor] Email
Not sure why, but Michigan seem to be deprived of any upcoming demo days from the leading manufacturers. I guess they think you guys set for equipment right now! For those of you anywhere else, plug in your zip and this site will tell you when and where you can try out the latest clubs and get the latest deals. Pretty nifty when traveling round the country, or world for that matter!

Go Buckeyes!
09/15/07 @ 05:36
Comment from: Golf Goddess [Visitor] Email
Michigan is a little less pathetic now that they've beaten Notre Dame and Penn State. However, it looks like they're going to have a quarterback controversy soon and that brings out the worst in Wolverine fans. Expect it to get ugly.
09/23/07 @ 11:26
Comment from: Big b [Visitor] Email
Hey mister greenjeans Notre Dame has a fine couse designed by Ben Crenshaw, The Warren at the university voted one of the top two in Indiana by golf digest.
04/05/09 @ 11:17

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