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              APPENDIX
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                                                    general vicinity of the 17th tee today.

































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                    THE
                   THE
                                IT
                               IT
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                         FUN
                                                        Above; the Clubhouse in 1920 as viewed from the south side with the 18th green in the foreground, ending at the base of the flagpole, and the putting course immediately to
                                                      the right.  The first tee, measuring only 276 yards at the time, would be to the left of the tree at the edge of the building.  The green is in front of the steps and would be in the
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