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Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
Tsk, tsk, RonMon...you didn't listen to the show!

We played Shenendoah the first day. It was in great condition and, as I remember, I did very well on the front nine but hiccupped a bit on the back.

Next day, we first played nine holes on Sandstone Hollow (Rick Smith designed) which is more difficult than it looks but, in order to score well, you need those shots from 150 yards and in.

After lunch we tackled Kaluhyat which, as I mentioned above, should be reserved for better players.

It rained on the day we were supposed to play Atunyote but, in spite of the downpour, Barry and I drove a cart around to admire the beauty of the golf course.
2008-09-18 @ 09:27
Comment from: Landscaping Stone [Visitor] Email
sk, tsk, RonMon...you didn't listen to the show!

We played Shenendoah the first day. It was in great condition and, as I remember, I did very well on the front nine but hiccupped a bit on the back.

Next day, we first played nine holes on Sandstone Hollow (Rick Smith designed) which is more difficult than it looks but, in order to score well, you need those shots from 150 yards and in.

After lunch we tackled Kaluhyat which, as I mentioned above, should be reserved for better players.

It rained on the day we were supposed to play Atunyote but, in spite of the downpour, Barry and I drove a cart around to admire the beauty of the golf course.
2010-08-27 @ 06:20

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