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Saturday, July 01, 2006

{safe_alt_text} REDMOND — Golf course guru Tom Doak, architect of the Pacific Dunes Course in Bandon, will design a private course at Remington Ranch, a planned destination resort and housing community on 2,100 acres in Crook County’s Powell Butte area. There will be three golf courses in the community, two private and one public. Winchester Development Company of La Quinta, Calif., also announced that lots of up to five acres will be available for 800 homes; the development will include about 400 overnight lodging units in a hotel or time-share arrangement.

 

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