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Re: Curry,in Dallas,Tx. 1960's, Wee St. Andrews?
Posted by: Ken Fowler (ID *****7836) Date: April 05, 2003 at 16:37:38
In Reply to: Curry,in Dallas,Tx. 1960's, Wee St. Andrews? by C.Jones of 1986


Located in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas, Wee St. Andrews was the best of the many miniature golf courses in Dallas County. It lasted through the sixties and into the early seventies. It's popularity was due to having two different courses (one - carpet over concrete, the other - packed sawdust) which used the side of a small hill to provide uphill/downhill holes as well as the traditional "windmill" type of obstacles.

A brief history of the course can be found in this ( http://theherd.net/info/the%20H%20E%20R%20D%2017.doc ) class newsletter from Oak Cliff's Sunset High School.


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