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Photo: In the ‘fore’ ground

Watered down: Thousands of golf balls lie on the soggy Indian Canyon Golf Course driving range in Spokane as geese swim in some of the deeper puddles Thursday. Rainy, cold days have delayed the opening of the course, which hopes to welcome golfers this weekend or the beginning of next week. (Christopher Anderson)
Watered down: Thousands of golf balls lie on the soggy Indian Canyon Golf Course driving range in Spokane as geese swim in some of the deeper puddles Thursday. Rainy, cold days have delayed the opening of the course, which hopes to welcome golfers this weekend or the beginning of next week. (Christopher Anderson)

 

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