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GARDEN STATE
MICHAEL FARBER
November 12, 2007
Returning to his hometown, Bayonne, the author marvels at the incongruity of an ultraexclusive golf club sharing a zip code with a city that's best known as a punch line
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November 12, 2007

Garden State

Returning to his hometown, Bayonne, the author marvels at the incongruity of an ultraexclusive golf club sharing a zip code with a city that's best known as a punch line

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I have been stunned by the New South Wales Golf Club in an Australian state park outside Sydney, where waves crash and a hawk guards the entrance to a wobbly footbridge that leads to a back tee. I adore Arrowhead Golf Club outside Denver, a picture-postcard course that threads its way through red-rock formations. But three minutes from a Petridis hot dog or a Pompei slice, well...a golfing home is where the heart is.

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