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Nov. 7, 2007
Men's 60
3 posts
any 60+ snowbird friendly places to play in fla. if there is any minimum time they would like one to stay around.
any info would be appreciated.
Nov. 8, 2007
4 posts
Tons of snowbirds arriving daily. Would help to know where you are located. Big state.
Nov. 19, 2007
Men's 60
160 posts
As my dear old DAD (POPS44) said, many, many places to play. Not enough time to play in all the places that are open for Senior play. Where will you be staying? POPS knows whers in Central Fl, I can handle North Fl and I sure POPS can direct you to any other spot you choice.

Just an EX in our Citrus County, M-T-W-T-F, 9am at Beverly Hills, M-W-T-F, 1pm in Crystal River area.

Within 30 miles, Lady Lake, Villages, Spring Hill have morning and afternoon leages that go 5 days a week.

More softball that your bosy will allow. GOOD LUCK
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