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Comment from: Hack [Visitor]
Tucker...goddam you. Why are you encouraging people to come here?!? All we need are more Cali transplants.

Killing me. Killing me.

2009-08-25 @ 00:38
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
And don't forget the wine--some of the best in the nation (esp. pinots). I've got lots of friends in OR who adore it, and my one visit was great. Can't argue, though MI is close in many, many ways.
2009-08-25 @ 22:32
Comment from: Brendan Sweeney [Visitor] Email
I will put our Pete Dye Course & Donald Ross Course against the Dunes anyday. Southern Indiana has Maxwell House Coffee & as much Bud Beer as you can handle.

Enjoy the Expresso & Micro Brew on the West Coast and don't forget to plug in your car tonight.
2009-08-26 @ 15:46
Comment from: Swing Trainer [Visitor] Email
South Carolina has plenty of courses that are not Bermuda grass.
2009-08-27 @ 22:44
Comment from: Matt Rice [Visitor] Email
I love the golf in Oregon. It has such an authentic feel to it. I think it has to do with the fact that when you plan a golf trip to Oregon, it's all about the golf, and not the resort lifestyle. If I had only one golf trip left to take it would be to Oregon.
2009-08-31 @ 03:10
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2011-01-13 @ 19:50

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