DOES HOWARD COUNTY NEED A PUBLIC GOLF COURSE?

THE BALTIMORE SUN

* Keith Aronson, 25, of Columbia, regional salesman for a food distributor:

Sounds like a good idea to me. A lot of corporate clients visit the county on business and will ask about places to play on their days off. If you don't belong to a club, you're out of luck. You'll either have to take clients to public courses in Montgomery or Baltimore counties or offer other suggestions for entertainment.

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