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November 05, 2012

Outer Banks courses get through Sandy okay

Courses on the Outer Banks of North Carolina endured heavy wind and rain from Hurricane Sandy but came through the storm in pretty good shape.

Kilmarlic Golf Club and The Carolina Club welcomed golfers on Tuesday, Oct. 30, while The Currituck Club, Nags Head Golf Links and The Pointe Golf Club had some minor clean up and reopened the next day.

Courses along the South Carolina coast received only minor wind and rain from the storm and were largely unaffected, other than losing a day or two of play because of rain.


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