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Comment from: Scott Irwin [Visitor] Email
This is a funny and true story. I was playing in the group with Mike, and remember the incident vividly. I think Mike kept the guy's ball, because he didn't like it that the group had "played into us", literally!

I'm also the buddy with the three hole in ones. After years of being teased by "leaners", they finally started coming, one after another. My first, was a 9 iron shot that drew a bead on the pin, but disappeared behind the hill fronting the green, obstructing the view of the bottom of the pin from the tee. The group on the next tee started going crazy, and told us the ball went in the hole on the fly! Then next hole, was also a par three, which I nearly aced as well! The following twelve holes were some of the best golf I've ever played in my life, salvaging the previous holes of the worst golf I've ever played in my life. Just goes to show you golf is a game of skill, luck, and mental attitude. So, even on your worst day, never give up! Your next stroke could be the one that turns your round around!
09/07/09 @ 03:41
Comment from: Rick Martin [Visitor] Email
I'm looking for more info on WaterWood National. I'm interested in purchasing it. Please send me any contact info you may have.

Sincerely,
Rick Martin
09/21/09 @ 21:33
Comment from: Mike Bailey [Visitor] Email
Waterwood recently reopened after the members and residents of the Waterwood community got together to bring it back to life. Don't have any other details at this time.
09/21/09 @ 23:13

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