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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Anthony Kim was round in 67 for a minus-three the final round, to join Cabrera under par for the final round.

How sweet is Turning Stone? Did you hear anything about two more courses, one from Dye and one from Nicklaus? All the land in the world for the Oneida to turn into golf courses.
2007-06-18 @ 22:34
Comment from: Stacy Solomon [Member]
Didn't realize Kim came in with such a low score on Sunday. Too bad there was no television coverage on Kim as he's on his way to making a name for himself.

Turning Stone Lodge is the place to stay. Also, their practice facilities and Spa are terrific.

I haven't heard about the golf courses but I'll contact them about it. Can't wait until the PGA Tour heads out there. Maybe we will too although I understand that hotel rooms will be scarce.
2007-06-19 @ 11:41

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