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Interactive Map of Idaho Golf Courses

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I have developed an interactive map of Golf Courses in Idaho (http://idaho-golf-courses.blogspot.com) with the latest green fees. I also have them organized by region. These are public courses. I am working on creating a list of private courses for reference as well. I had developed this on a previous blog platform but it was extremely locked down. This should allow me to better upgrade the site and make it more useful. Please let me know your thoughts and any additional things that would help make this a better resource.

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Very nice, the only problem I saw was that I don't plan to play golf in Idaho. Been there, done that. and checked it off my list.

 

I played somewhere around the Snake River back in 2010.

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