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I just looked for the courses I play at in my region northern Connecticut and southern Mass and noticed nearly none of them are up So I am starting the process of posting and reviewing the courses in my area I just posted Quaboag Country Club and reviewed it. I would like to review Skungamaug River Golf Club, Twin Hills Country Club, Grassmere Country Club, Rolling Meadows Country Club in the next week or so.


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