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Beat The Pro: Wild Bluff

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BRIMLEY - The Wild Bluff in Brimley has added more RB sites to RV park this year.

At the end of last summer they also finished a pavillion behind the 18th green, which provides a beautiful view of their fountain as a backdrop for weddings.

Wild Bluff Director Of Golf Rob Lussenhop says that most of their business comes from players taking advantage of the casino packages where you can stay and golf for as low as 98 dollars.

Once you park your car the resort can pick you up and take you to the course for your round.

They put service at a premium and as Jeff Johnson shows us in this week's edition of Beat The Pro, the views are important too.

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