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There's a few new holes on Rock Golf Course in Branson, Missouri as of Friday...
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The hole, which is 80 feet wide and 35 feet deep in some places, was created by two separate sinkholes that formed. Geologists say such sinkholes are fairly common in the Ozarks because of its karst topography, a feature in which water is constantly circulating through bedrock below the ground.
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TheCaterpillar109 months
So I played this course this past weekend (Buffalo Ridge actually). That is on the driving range. Pretty cool to see in person while we ate dinner in the restaurant above it.
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Yellerhammer5109 months
"Geologists say such sinkholes are fairly common in the Ozarks because of its karst topography"

I agree.
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Lsu101205109 months
Reminds me of my Ex.
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Rebel Land Shark109 months
Should be pretty easy to make a hole in 1
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