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June 10, 2002
TWIN PEEKSAt City Park, Christopher Fields can see downtown Denver and the Front Range of the Rockies as he navigates some man-made water hazards.
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June 10, 2002

Mass Appeal

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TWIN PEEKS
At City Park, Christopher Fields can see downtown Denver and the Front Range of the Rockies as he navigates some man-made water hazards.

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 fairways and brownish greens. Herewith a celebration of golf's earthy weekend warriors and their humble battlefields

ORDINARY PEOPLE
The Muni's many faces (clockwise from top left): Dr. Oran Atkinson at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx; Charlie and Corrine Grant at Hyde Park in Jacksonville; Raul Vazquez at Van Cortlandt Park; Will Myers at Hyde Park.

OVER THE HILL
Getting up and down is a steep task for Jack Dunn at Oceanside Center.

LONG ROAD HOME
Hearty hoofers make the grade at Oceanside ( Calif.) Center.

SINKING FEELING
Steve Malik's game goes into decline at Grant Park in Milwaukee.

HEADING OUT
Dylan Coon gets a lift from his dad, Ken, at Arroyo Seco in Pasadena.

CART GOLF
Snack man Gilberto Peralta has dished chips at Boston's Franklin Park for 34 years.

REST STOP
Val Baumgartner Contributes to the slow play at Milwaukee's Lincoln Park.

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