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Mass Appeal With an A.W. Tillinghast pedigree and a recent $3.5 million renovation, pristine Bethpage Black is not your typical muni. America's 21 million public-course golfers are more accustomed to sloping tee boxes, rock-filled bunkers, chewed-up fairw

June 10, 2002
June 10, 2002

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June 10, 2002

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Mass Appeal With an A.W. Tillinghast pedigree and a recent $3.5 million renovation, pristine Bethpage Black is not your typical muni. America's 21 million public-course golfers are more accustomed to sloping tee boxes, rock-filled bunkers, chewed-up fairw

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COLOR PHOTO: ROBERT BECK LONG ROAD HOME Hearty hoofers make the grade at Oceanside (Calif.) Center. COLOR PHOTO: ROBERT BECK OVER THE HILL Getting up and down is a steep task for Jack Dunn at Oceanside Center.COLOR PHOTO: JOHN BIEVER SINKING FEELING Steve Malik's game goes into decline at Grant Park in Milwaukee. COLOR PHOTO: ROBERT BECK HEADING OUT Dylan Coon gets a lift from his dad, Ken, at Arroyo Seco in Pasadena.COLOR PHOTO: DAMIAN STROHMEYER CART GOLF Snack man Gilberto Peralta has dished chips at Boston's Franklin Park for 34 years. COLOR PHOTO: JOHN BIEVER REST STOP Val Baumgartner contributes to the slow play at Milwaukee's Lincoln Park.