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Comment from: Sara Bauer [Visitor] Email
Whoa Brandon! Arcadia Bluffs may know how to treat women, but how are you doing? I find your statement " I wouldn’t have thought this long, hilly course with some severe bunkers would be an ideal play for women" a little offensive. Why would you lump all women into a category like that? Why not say, "high handicappers" or "shorter hitters"? I play golf regulary with low handicap women who hit the ball long and can even handle severe bunkers and hills.
2011-07-10 @ 07:38
Comment from: Sandra Parkhurst [Visitor]
Arcadia Bluffs is gorgeous! Had my rehearsal dinner there actually. High above Lake Michigan, amazing sunsets, friendly people, beautiful clubhouse, delicious food, excellent guest service and a challenging course! Highly recommended. A Northern Michigan Summer is hard to beat!
2011-08-16 @ 14:00
Comment from: Ping Golf [Visitor]
Golf Courses are built around these communities to have high quality, up to a world-class, perfectly groomed green, picturesque landscapes and magnificent views. Casual and avid golfers will enjoy living within walking distance of these courses and work with the game on a regular basis. Set roots in a community and pull out the membership of one or more related courses is a great way to combine his passion for golf in a beautiful place of residence.
2011-08-18 @ 21:56

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