Louisiana Prisoners Build Public Golf Course

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Golfers who step onto the new nine-hole course in Angola, La., see green felt fairways of Bermuda grass that were graded and seeded by hand, says the New York Times. The sand pits were dug by workers using shovels, not heavy equipment. The first tee provides a survey of all 18,000 acres of the maximum-security
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