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Dave S

Thumper Pond

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I read that foreclosure has been filed on Thumper Pond. Has any one else heard this?

Hopefully they can work through this. I'd hate to see this course closed.

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Is this the same Thumper Pond that OJ Simpson was sighted at last week?

DD

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it is the same place.

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Maybe he has work now serving papers and doing repo work.

DD

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Let's hope this isn't a sigh of the economic times where only the clubs and resorts with deep pockets will be able to survive. With gas at $4.00 and the economy in the tank people have a lot less discretionary dollars to play with.

Let's hope whoever gets in the White House makes it a priority to stimulate this economy.

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yes, it's been foreclosed on.

WWWWHHHHHAAAAAAATTTTT!!!!

that blows

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it's still open.

someone told me that the foreclosure was part of a way to restructure the loans???

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Thumper Pond is fun course to play on...not the nicest but I like playing there....the one in Ottertail right?

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