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Eagle Glen thrives despite weather: Storms, heat don’t slow down Col. City course

July 9, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — Despite excessive heat and last week’s storm, Eagle Glen Golf Course in Columbia City hasn’t had a decrease in customers.

Though temperatures passed the 100-degree mark, employees said avid golfers are still on the course.

“People have been golfing early in the morning or later in the evening (after 4 p.m.),” employee Shelly Davis said.

Last week, the course provided free bottled water to linksters who played during the 100-degree heat, with coolers set up throughout the course.

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