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CAROLINA SHORES—On a cool March morning last week, the parking lots at Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club were filled with out-of-state cars.
With business like that, residents who live along the scenic, undulating 18-hole course seemingly have little to worry about when it comes to the course’s future.
This also is the time of year when the golfing is good, course general manager Ricky Lyons said.
“This month is busy for every golf course,” Lyons said Monday. “We take advantage of every bit of business we can get.”
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