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September 27, 2020


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John Usher

Long Island National went private a few years back, also. Hampton Hills was open to the public for a while. Oldtimers recall Flagg CC before it became Fox Hollow and then Baiting Hollow (or whatever it's called now). Cherry Creek sale is long-rumored. Alas.


Links at Shirley too if you go back to '09.

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