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Woops, forgot the course where I learned all my bad habits
and had my first birdie, eagle, and hole in one swing.
On the north Oregon Coast--Manzanita GC
A pretty place in the summer!
Jim
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Here is my little home course in Minnesota it is even the home course for my high school team and I work as a cart valet here in the summer. The course isn't very long, but the greens are fast and always have some break to it. Water is every where (13 holes) so you need to know where to miss to stay in play without any penalties. Enjoy!
http://www.stonebrooke.com/

6,475 yds 136 slope 71.7 rating 71 par
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