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Comment from: Leonard [Visitor] Email
You and your big rabbits
06/27/08 @ 10:54
Comment from: Orlando Golf Blogger [Visitor] Email
LOL @Leonard, awesome comment!

That's pretty wild, 1ft holes... I've never heard of anywhere else with a course like that, I'd love to take my yard apes out there for a round! :) Oh and to see the bearabbit, I'm sure it's something for Ripley's :)
07/01/08 @ 09:08
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07/25/08 @ 09:38
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