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Where is your favorite place to play golf?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on May 7, 2006

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Photo of Chris Staley

“Probably the Natural Two in Kansas City, Mo. Some people call it “the Deuce.” It’s a Tom Watson-designed course.”

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“The Topeka Public Golf Course. It’s inexpensive, nearby, accessible and there’s never a wait.”

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“There’s this great miniature golf course off of K-10. They have the little windmill and everything.”

Photo of Trevor Nohe

“The Kansas City Country Club in Kansas City, Mo., but I’ve only played there once. All the trees and surroundings were really nice.”

Comments

jonas 8 years, 7 months ago

While I'm still in the cart. Lean out and whack it while you're passing by. It's like Polo.

GreenEyedBlues 8 years, 7 months ago

My goodness! From the first handful of responses, we can assume that's a no-go on the golf. :P Way to go, LJWorld.

james bush 8 years, 7 months ago

Topeka has a new miniature course on US24 near Kansas Ave that we will probably not play.

bigreed 8 years, 7 months ago

The National Golf Club. The Natural was a movie.

lunacydetector 8 years, 7 months ago

sarcastically speaking, i'd have to say the city of lawrence's try at private enterprise, the eagle bend golf course when they used to have 3 (three!) golf pros on the payroll :)

oldfashiongirl 8 years, 7 months ago

I'm not a golfer and would rather play the stock market.

What bothers me today is our ever ignorant president Bush is now set to nominate a military Gen. Michael Hayden as the new CIA chief. I think this would be the beginning of a police state for our country and should be avoided.

Please contact your Senators Sam Brownback and Pat Roberts, as well as your Representatives Jerry Moran, Jim Ryan, Dennis Moore, and Todd Tiahrt to vote against his confirmation.

Every week a new catastrophe!!! As long as Bush is in office it will never end.

paladin 8 years, 7 months ago

The American people are already living in a police state. Its happened surreptitiously, while most people were not paying attention or were too desensitized by watching cop shows on the TV. Or the TV news. Which, by the way, have been one means by which a police state mentality has been assumed and accepted by them. In three years, it may well be too late to do anything about it. Maybe, it already is.

james bush 8 years, 7 months ago

Let's see! Bush must be the anti-christ and is bent on destroying atheism............no someone said America, not atheism. Why does Bush speak Mexican better than English?

But the real question remains.............Do the Taliban play golf.and, if so, where!? And whose head is in play? But wait... What is the game we're playing?

Think I'll go to a soccer match and see if a riot breaks out.

gphawk89 8 years, 7 months ago

Osborne, KS. $3 gets you 18 holes if you don't mind playing a sand-greens course.

paladin 8 years, 7 months ago

We may all be eating sand, one day. Ha. Ha.

paladin 8 years, 7 months ago

I'll ask this question once again. Has anyone thought of the possibility that the recent focus of attention by the public on illegal immigrants and high gas prices has been designed and orchestrated by those in power as a diversion and/or distraction from ongoing events in the Middle East?

Drew_Carey 8 years, 7 months ago

200 pts to one more bob for the best golf club, but still not getting anyone to bite on his mashie niblick! These younguns just don't know what they're missing! I guess they're all waiting for a Klondike Bar.

(Are we expecting a storm?)

Linda Endicott 8 years, 7 months ago

Who the hell can afford to play golf except doctors??

Miniature golf is another matter. That's fun. But then, you don't have to be any good at it to play miniature golf.

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