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Course corrections

Aspen Times writer

Dear Editor:Since my last letter, I have been out to play Aspen’s golf course three times. The greens have gotten a lot better and are rolling very nicely, but the area around the greens that was damaged by field mice is still a mess. Once again players should be advised this is ground under repair. Another issue is the flags on the greens. Ninety-five percent of all courses use red, white or blue flags to denote pin positions; the small flags that hang on the pole are very difficult to see from the fairway. And last, local players should be entitled to a discount on carts and range balls. Just trying to improve conditions. Randy PearlAspen Village

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