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The Chili Open Golf Classic is than a refreshing game of winter golf.
Aside from the spectacular water park, the property also features a simulated golf range, tennis house, a pool house and beach house, reports TopTenRealEstateDeals.com.
Trump has also hosted less controversial foreign leaders, such as Japan's Shinzo Abe and Britain's Theresa May, for visits that included jocular press conferences and in some cases even golf.
Still, the long-term forecast almost certainly doesn’t include golf.
Bob Hennefer of Indian Spring Golf Club in Marlton, N.J., has been named 2017 golf professional of the year by the Philadelphia Section PGA.
President Donald Trump kicked off the first full day of his Christmas holiday in Palm Beach with a golf outing to Trump International Golf Club and returned to go on a Twitter rant against the FBI Saturday.
White found the car windows smashed and a lot of stuff missing, including gift cards and golf shoes.
In May, for instance, golf writer James Dodson said that during an interview more than three years ago, Trump’s son Eric boasted that his father’s company had access to Russian money.
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This is a game in which a player using special clubs attempts to sink a small ball into each of the nine or 18 successive holes on an outdoor course, using as few strokes as possible. Golf developed in Scotland as early as the 15th century; the courses were originally fields that herds of sheep had clipped short in their characteristic grazing style. Golf balls, originally made of wood, are now made of hard rubber. Clubs are known by the traditional names of “irons” and “woods”; today irons are more likely made of stainless steel than iron, and the heads of woods are usually made of metal such as steel or titanium instead of wood.
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